Many major hospital chains in Texas require their physicians to sign non-compete agreements. Despite all the talk about how the federal government is going to
If you’re an employee in Texas and you’re bound by a non-compete agreement, you may wonder if you can argue that the agreement is “unfair” and win. The answer is yes, at least in some cases. In a recent case, a Texas Court of Appeals found that it would be unfair to enforce a 1-year non-compete agreement against an employee who only worked for his employer less than 5 months and was let go without cause.
Employers should follow three rules when firing: fire quickly, document reasons, have paperwork and witnesses ready.
There is a pretty cool but not well-known tool that employees in Texas can use to find out if they are being underpaid. It’s a
Trade secrets are a form of intellectual property. Their theft can lead to civil litigation against the alleged thief, as well as criminal prosecution by
A Texas federal court recently entered an injunction against a healthcare staffing company that works with federal agencies ordering it to (1) return information brought to it by a new hire from his previous employer and (2) not to use such information in any way to submit bids on any staffing contracts with federal agencies.