Keep your trade secrets away from prying eyes

Hunter, Ian
May 1997
People Management;5/15/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p46
Looks at cases dealing with what companies can do to stop ex-employees exploiting sensitive commercial knowledge. Treatment of confidential commercial information; Purpose of inserting post-termination restrictions; Balancing an employer's rights to protect its legitimate interests against an employee's right to earn a living.


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