Category: Breach of Fiduciary Duty

A Former VP of Operations Ordered to Pay $1.9 Million for Taking Company’s Trade Secrets in Violation of a Separation Agreement

According to some studies, more than 60% of employees copy their employers’ documents or files before leaving their employment. They are even more likely to do so if they had been laid off, fired, or passed over for promotion. With senior executives who have access to top level…

Embezzlement or a Reward for Sexual Favors? – A Dallas Case Demonstrates There Are Two Sides to Each Story

Clients often want to know whether they have a winning case or a bullet-proof defense. Much of that, of course, depends on the law. But sometimes, an entire case may rise or fall on a credibility of a particular witness. A recent decision by the…

Enforcing Texas Non-Compete Agreements Against Employees in Other States

For Texas companies, enforcing non-compete agreements in other states can be tricky since each state has its own rules about what makes a non-compete enforceable, and some states do not allow them at all. Therefore, any Texas company with out-of-state employees should ask two questions…

Using a Temporary Injunction to Stop Business Disparagement

The word on the street is that your competitor is contacting your customers or your industry relations and is telling them information that could potentially or is already hurting your business in Texas. What can you do? One of the solutions is to seek…