Many employers require employees to agree to contractual provisions restricting postemployment disclosure of trade secret information. These contracts, however, are often drafted so as to include information not properly within the scope of trade secret protection. The author examines this problem and, 'after concluding that current judicial treatment is inadequate to protect the interests of employees and the public, suggests an antitrust remedy.
Pamela Carder Fletcher,
Antitrust Implications Arising from the Use of Overyly Broad Restrictive Covenants for the Protection of Trade Secrets,
29 Hastings L.J. 297
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