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Episode 3 of the Fairly Competing Podcast: The 2013 Legislative Update

 
by John Marsh 15. March 2013 12:00

Kenneth Vanko, Russell Beck and I have just completed our third Fairly Competing Podcast, "The 2013 Legislative Update." 
 
In this episode, we discuss pending legislative proposals to regulate non-compete and trade secrets law in Massachusetts, Minnesota, Michigan, and Texas. We offer our thoughts on the policy behind the bills and the relative chances each will become law.

You can listen to the podcast by visiting the Fairly Competing website or clicking the link below. Or subscribe to the podcast on iTunes. We'd appreciate your feedback.

Our next podcast will discuss common mistakes that employers make in connection with their covenants not to compete.

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Legislation | Non-Compete Enforceability | Restrictive Covenants | Trade Secrets | Podcast Episodes

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About John Marsh

John Marsh Hahn Law AttorneyI’m a Columbus, Ohio-based attorney with a national legal practice in trade secret, non-compete, and emergency litigation. Thanks for visiting my blog. I invite you to join in the conversations here by leaving a comment or sending me an email at jmarsh@hahnlaw.com.

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