A lot of times a company rushes to court asking the judge to stop a former employee or his new employer from using the company’s confidential information or soliciting its customers based on the agreements that the former employee had signed with the company.
Tag: Temporary injunction in Texas
A Texas Case Demonstrates Why Using Stock Non-Compete Agreements May Backfire
Last month, a Texas Court of Appeals denied an insurance agency’s application for a temporary injunction against its former President because it held that the
You Got a Non-Compete Injunction, But Can You Make it Stick in Texas?
Last month, the Dallas Court of Appeals ruled on two temporary injunction orders – one was affirmed (i.e. it continued to be enforce) and the
Fair v. Unfair Competition, or the Real Life Case of Globo Gym v. Average Joes
While we patiently wait for a sequel to Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story to come out, a similar saga involving competing gym/spa establishments has been unfolding in Houston, Texas
Enforcing Non-Compete Agreements in Texas: A Temporary Injunction Must Have an End Date
As a company, the last thing you want to do is to spend thousands of dollars obtaining a temporary injunction against a former employee who
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