TUTSA outlines a modernized definition of protectable trade secrets, provides a streamlined channel for employers to obtain injunctive relief, and includes a provision for employers to recover attorneys’ fees for willful or malicious conduct by employees.
As more states legalize recreational and medical marijuana, employers and employees alike have questions about workplace drug policies and practices that may be outdated in light of recent legislative action.
With almost three decades as a lawyer under his belt, Clouse Brown name partner Keith Clouse has learned how to get his clients from Point A (dispute) to Point B (resolution) as efficiently and painlessly as possible. Learn more about Keith in the Dec. 7 issue of Attorney at Law, where he’s featured on the cover.
For employers to have maximal protection, their policies and procedures should reflect the most recent updates and changes in employment regulations.
Austin employers can take paid sick leave off their worry lists. After a new paid sick leave law was passed in Austin earlier this year, the 3rd Court of Appeals in Austin has ruled that the city’s new law was unconstitutional.
‘Tis the season for the annual office holiday party planning. The idea is a good one: express your gratitude to the hard-working team. The reality, however, can often lead to harassment claims, employee injuries, and HR headaches.
Less than a year after opening its doors, Clouse Brown PLLC has been named a Tier 1 law firm in Dallas/Fort Worth for Employment Law – Management by Best Law Firms for 2019.
A Dallas judge threw out all claims against a C-level hospitality executive whose former employer accused him of violating his employment agreement, misappropriating trade secrets, and tortiously interfering with customer and employee relationships.