Law Firm, P.L.L.C.
P.O. Box 5243
Edmond, OK 73083-5243
not the big that eat the small...it's the fast that eat the slow."
- Michael Marks,
CEO - Flextronics International
Technology Law is a very broad, complex, and newly emerging practice
area encompassing Internet/Cyberspace law, Antitrust law,
First Amendment law and various aspects of Intellectual Property law.
Our Technology Practice Includes:
Protect Your Proprietary
Require newly hired employees
to warrant in writing that he/she is not governed by a pre-existing
not to compete agreement or any pre-existing
confidentiality or non-disclosure obligations.
Consider having employees sign
non-solicitation agreements with regard to existing and targeted customers,
as well as employees.
Consider having employees sign a
Require all persons with
access to trade secret information to sign confidentiality agreements.
Restrict access to the trade secrets to those who need to know.
Label trade secret information
as "confidential," require badges for access to areas of the
sensitive information or processes exist, and have a
document shredder for discarding sensitive documents.
Adopt a policy that governs
trade secret information that restricts the copying and distribution
Adopt an invention policy that
requires employees to disclose their invention concepts, to assign
to the company, and to maintain detailed notebooks of
their works in progress.
Include in employee job
descriptions anything that might result in the creation of a copyrighted
Provide a written reminder to exiting employees
of their obligations with regard to any trade secrets,
inventions, nonsolicitation and noncompetition