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Competitive Practices/Unfair Competition

Maslon's Competitive Practices Litigation Group focuses on litigation involving non-competition agreements, trade secrets, business torts, anti-trust and unfair competition and trade practices. We have extensive experience successfully litigating such claims in courts across the nation, on behalf of both employers and employees, and in a wide range of industries and professions, including finance, insurance, manufacturing, healthcare, life science, retailing, and law.

We also counsel our clients on the implementation of programs to protect intellectual property, including non-competition programs and trade secret protection audits. For example, we have assisted public companies in successfully implementing and enforcing non-competition forfeiture provisions in their equity compensation plans.

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