Trade Secret Matters

The success of a business often relies on the insider secrets and confidential plans for the future. There are usually only a limited number of people that are privy to these trade secrets and they are supposed to remain confidential. However, if these secrets get out, either through a breach in security, a theft from a competing company or through a disgruntled employee, then this can negatively impact your entire business and jeopardize the success.

Don’t stand by and let your business fail because of a trade secret conflict.

Many employees are required to sign a contract or negotiation discussing the confidentially of the trade secrets. What this means is that when faced with trade secret matters, you could also be facing a breach of contract accusation. Whether your business has been compromised or whether you have been accused of breaching a contract and releasing trade secret information, Duane Johnson can help.

Trade Secret Negotiations and Breaches

The laws governing inside trade secrets and employment confidentially agreements are riddled with complications. Having an employment litigator access your situation can provide you with the confidence and understanding that you need to tackle the problem. Duane Johnson is an experienced Minneapolis employment attorney with years of success handling trade secret matters, duty of loyalty issues, unfair competition and more.

There are a number of different ways you can deal with insider trading and trade secret litigation. You may wish to go through mediation to try to resolve the issue without the need for the courts or you may prefer to go through the whole legal trial. Whatever the case, Duane Johnson can help. As an experienced mediator and litigation attorney, you can be sure the best outcome possible. Duane is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA) Certified Labor and Employment Law Specialist with experience in federal and state trial and appellate courts, administrative hearings of all kinds, arbitrations, and mediations.

Minnesota Labor Law Lawyer & Attorney

Employment disputes and labor conflicts happen. There are different strategies to deal with the problems but your best bet is to gain a second opinion through legal advice. Legal counsel is available to you – all you have to do is make the call to Duane Johnson at 612-529-6041.