10/18/2018
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM CST
  • Type: Seminar
  • Presented by: Illinois Manufacturing Association
  • Speakers: Daniel Saeedi, Jeff Schieber
  • Location: Ditka's Restaurant Two Mid America Plaza, Oakbrook Terrace, IL

Non-Competes, Trade Secrets and Departing Employees

Taft attorneys Daniel Saeedi and Jeff Schieber will present “Non-Competes, Trade Secrets and Departing Employees” at the Illinois Manufacturing Association (IMA) breakfast briefing on Oct. 18 in Oakbrook Terrace.

The program will discuss non-competes, trade secrets and other aspects of unfair competition law and will offer employers concrete tips on how to protect themselves in both the hiring process and in the event that an employee resigns or is fired. Additionally, guests will be receive guidance on the policies and procedures a company should maintain in order to protect its trade secrets, necessary forensic steps to take in order to determine if laws have been violated, and how to proceed in litigation (or defend against it) when necessary.

For more information or to register to attend, click here.

Saeedi focuses his practice on labor and employment law and corporate litigation. He has represented governmental and private clients in workplace discrimination litigation, class action defense, policy formulation and litigation regarding employment agreements. In his corporate practice, he has represented directors, officers and shareholders in a wide range of corporate and securities-related disputes.

Schieber focuses his practice on commercial litigation and class actions. He represents clients in business litigation matters, including breach of contract, fraud, trade secret misappropriation and employment disputes. He also represents municipalities in civil rights class actions and has substantial experience defending consumer fraud class actions and mass torts. In addition to his litigation practice, Schieber counsels companies and entrepreneurs on entity formation and corporate governance issues.

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