Agreements May Not Always Protect Against Post-Employment Competition

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A former employee’s patent applications containing methods and trade secrets obtained during his employment may breach confidentiality obligations in an agreement with his former employer. But they did not violate a provision in the agreement that required him to disclose inventions created during or immediately following employment.

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