Reposted from Intellectual Property and Technology News, Issue 11, Q3 2011

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND TECHNOLOGY NEWS
Darius C. Gambino 
Tiffany Nichols 

By Darius C. Gambino and Tiffany Nichols

When companies form legal strategies to protect their IP assets and trade secrets, employment agreements are an essential part of the overall structure. Today’s work force is increasingly specialized, and companies extend across jurisdictions with different laws. In this competitive, potentially litigious environment, companies should consider customizing employment agreements for each position, and in some cases, for each individual employee, especially those in executive and leadership roles.


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