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Trade Secrets Law Evolution Podcast Episode 47: The Fine Line Between Lawful Notification and Unlawful Solicitation, and Injunction Specificity

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You are invited to listen to Episode 47 of Greenberg Traurig's Trade Secret Law Evolution Podcast, "The Fine Line Between Lawful Notification and Unlawful Solicitation, and Injunction Specificity."

In this episode, Shareholder Jennifer Surprenant joins Host Jordan Grotzinger for a discussion of cases addressing the difference between lawfully notifying others about a new job for a competing business and unlawful solicitation of potential customers or clients. They also address the specificity required for injunctions against trade secret misappropriation, and courts' differing standards on this issue.

This podcast episode is approved for 0.25 General CA self-study CLE credit. Certificates of Attendance will not be issued. CA attorneys are responsible for tracking and self-reporting the amount of time dedicated to self-study activities. For all other jurisdictions, please contact your state's MCLE Board or Committee for guidance on their rules and regulations as it relates to self-study credit.

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