Previously in this blog, we have discussed how important it is for businesses to protect their intellectual property. However, protecting intellectual property is not something reserved for business entities; individuals can also benefit from such protections.
Moonlighting is a term used to describe the act of working a second job outside of normal working hours. Federal government agencies prohibit employees from this practice, while many public organizations must refer to federal laws and agency regulations.
Employers across California go to great lengths in terms of both time and money to hire loyal, competent employees. However, it can be a challenge to retain employees, particularly when a competing entity offers attractive benefits to try to get a worker to come work for them.
Trade secrets are typically among a company's most important assets. This information is a solution, formula or technique that gives the business a competitive edge and sets it apart from others. And its value comes from the fact that it is not available to people outside the business.