10 episodes

A show providing in-depth analysis of trade secret law and the law of noncompetes and other restrictive covenants for a broad audience. Whether you’re a business owner, CEO, in-house counsel, HR executive, or other employee, or a new lawyer or advanced practitioner, join your hosts, Ben Fink, John Marsh, and Russell Beck, for a discussion of the latest trends and hot topics, evolving federal and state laws, key developments, and other emerging issues in trade secrets, noncompetes, and employee mobility in today’s knowledge economy.

Fairly Competing Russell Beck, Ben Fink & John Marsh

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    • 5.0 • 5 Ratings

A show providing in-depth analysis of trade secret law and the law of noncompetes and other restrictive covenants for a broad audience. Whether you’re a business owner, CEO, in-house counsel, HR executive, or other employee, or a new lawyer or advanced practitioner, join your hosts, Ben Fink, John Marsh, and Russell Beck, for a discussion of the latest trends and hot topics, evolving federal and state laws, key developments, and other emerging issues in trade secrets, noncompetes, and employee mobility in today’s knowledge economy.

    Fairly Competing, Episode 15: Cease and Desist Letters

    Fairly Competing, Episode 15: Cease and Desist Letters

    In this episode, John, Ben, and Russell discuss what to do when you receive a cease and desist letter, including how to prepare for it and how to respond to it.   So, come join us on Spotify or Apple Podcasts. Or, if you’re just looking for the feed, it’s here: Fairly Competing RSS feed.

    • 36 min
    Fairly Competing, Episode 14: Irreparable Harm in Trade Secret Cases

    Fairly Competing, Episode 14: Irreparable Harm in Trade Secret Cases

    In this episode, John, Ben, and Russell discuss the requirement of irreparable harm for injunctive relief in trade secret disputes through a discussion with special guest Vicki Cundiff, one of the true deans of the trade secret bar. So, come join us on Spotify or Apple Podcasts. Or, if you’re just looking for the feed, it’s here: Fairly Competing … Continue reading →

    • 30 min
    Fairly Competing, Episode 13: Year in Review

    Fairly Competing, Episode 13: Year in Review

    In this episode, John, Ben, and Russell take a look back on some of the more significant developments in trade secret and restrictive covenant law over the past year, and try to give some insight into what to expect in the coming year. So, come join us on Spotify or Apple Podcasts. Or, if you’re just looking for … Continue reading →

    • 48 min
    Fairly Competing, Episode 12: Wisk Aero LLC v. Archer Aviation Inc. (How to Avoid Dismissal and Get an Injunction in Trade Secret Cases)

    Fairly Competing, Episode 12: Wisk Aero LLC v. Archer Aviation Inc. (How to Avoid Dismissal and Get an Injunction in Trade Secret Cases)

    In this episode, John, Ben, and Russell explore an important, extremely well-reasoned, recent decision by U.S. District Court Judge William Orrick in Wisk Aero LLC v. Archer Aviation Inc. The case offers an object lesson about preliminary injunctions in trade secret cases, highlighting that it’s no longer safe to assume you will get a preliminary injunction … Continue reading →

    • 41 min
    Fairly Competing, Episode 11: Mediating Trade Secret Disputes

    Fairly Competing, Episode 11: Mediating Trade Secret Disputes

    In this episode, John, Ben, and Russell explore the ins and outs of mediating trade secret disputes through a discussion with special guest James Pooley, one of the true deans of the trade secret bar. So, come join us on Spotify or Apple Podcasts. Or, if you’re just looking for the feed, it’s here: Fairly Competing RSS feed.

    • 32 min
    Fairly Competing, Episode 10: The Supreme Court’s Decision in Van Buren v. U.S. (Computer Fraud and Abuse Act)

    Fairly Competing, Episode 10: The Supreme Court’s Decision in Van Buren v. U.S. (Computer Fraud and Abuse Act)

    In this episode, John, Ben, and Russell explore the Supreme Court’s decision in Van Buren v. U.S., narrowly interpreting the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, 18 U.S.C. § 1030 — and what it means for protecting proprietary electronic materials. So, come join us on Spotify or Apple Podcasts. Or, if you’re just looking for the feed, it’s here: Fairly … Continue reading →

    • 24 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Boston local rider 111 ,

Great podcast about trade secret law.

This promises to be an enlightening series presented by three experts in the field. I think it’s useful for business executives and attorneys. For attorneys, I think that anyone who is interested in the field, from new lawyers to experienced practitioners, will get something out of this.

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