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International Best Practices for Protecting Against Unfair Competition – Webinar K&L Gates

Businesses globally face a common and recurrent problem: legitimately restraining the trade of departing employees.

Whilst different jurisdictions will be nuanced in response, the first principles for business are common. There are common themes and valuable lessons to be learned from our global experience.

Our second Global Employer Solutions webinar of 2017 will cover best practices for multinational employers and employers seeking extra-territorial enforcement.

Topics will include:

Identifying the categories of restraint
When is competition unlawful?
The limits to contractual protection
Enforcing the remedies
SPEAKERS
Vince Avallone, Partner, K&L Gates Newark
Bryan Belling, Partner, K&L Gates Sydney
Roberto Podda, Partner, K&L Gates Milan
REGISTRATION
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CLE CREDIT
1 CLE/CPD credit is available for the UK, Australia, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, California, and Illinois. For all other jurisdictions, please refer to the “State-By-State CLE Guide for Webinar Participation” found here.

You must register before the start of the program in order to participate. Log-in reminder emails will be sent the day before and 30 minutes prior to the webinar.

Registering for this CLE/CPD is a two-step process. Please (1) be sure you have registered for a K&L Gates HUB CLE/CPD account or have logged into your previously created account, and then (2) register for this specific event.

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Vincent Avallone’s practice is concentrated in the areas of labor and employment law counseling and litigation, ERISA litigation, and commercial litigation. In the area of employment and labor law, he counsels management on the full spectrum of workplace policies and practices, including drafting employment agreements, noncompetition and confidentiality agreements, and separation agreements, conducting in-house training programs, and advising clients on internal investigations, reductions in force, and compliance matters. Mr. Avallone represents employers in litigation and arbitration concerning a wide variety of claims, including employment discrimination, harassment, whistle-blowing, family and medical leave, wage and hour matters, employment contract disputes, enforcement of confidentiality and non-compete agreements, and claims under ERISA relating to employee and retiree benefits. Mr. Avallone appears regularly before state and federal courts in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania, as well as other states, and before federal, state, and local administrative agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the National Labor Relations Board, the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights, the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, and the New York Division on Human Rights. In the area of commercial litigation, Mr. Avallone represents clients in litigation and arbitration of business disputes. He has represented clients in connection with claims alleging breach of contract, fraud, misappropriation of trade secrets, unfair competition, business torts, and violations of the Robinson-Patman Act and the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO).

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Mr. Belling Bryan focuses in industrial relations and employment law. He has 25 years experience and has appeared before both Australian State and Federal Courts and Industrial Tribunals in all aspects of public and private sector employment, industrial relations and safety law. He has acted for all tiers of government including local government and government agencies and State owned corporations. Mr. Belling regularly appears as an advocate, in Courts and Industrial Tribunals as well as statutory tribunals such as the Independent Commission Against Corruption.

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Roberto Podda is a partner in the firm’s Milan office. He focuses his practice on labor and employment matters with broad experience representing multinational companies and large Italian industrial groups in union negotiations, business restructurings, lay-offs, disciplinary measures and employment disputes.
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Vincent Avallone’s practice is concentrated in the areas of labor and employment law counseling and litigation, ERISA litigation, and commercial litigation. In the area of employment and labor law, he counsels management on the full spectrum of workplace policies and practices, including drafting employment agreements, noncompetition and confidentiality agreements, and separation agreements, conducting in-house training programs, and advising clients on internal investigations, reductions in force, and compliance matters. Mr. Avallone represents employers in litigation and arbitration concerning a wide variety of claims, including employment discrimination, harassment, whistle-blowing, family and medical leave, wage and hour matters, employment contract disputes, enforcement of confidentiality and non-compete agreements, and claims under ERISA relating to employee and retiree benefits. Mr. Avallone appears regularly before state and federal courts in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania, as well as other states, and before federal, state, and local administrative agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the National Labor Relations Board, the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights, the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, and the New York Division on Human Rights. In the area of commercial litigation, Mr. Avallone represents clients in litigation and arbitration of business disputes. He has represented clients in connection with claims alleging breach of contract, fraud, misappropriation of trade secrets, unfair competition, business torts, and violations of the Robinson-Patman Act and the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO).

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Roberto Podda is a partner in the firm’s Milan office. He focuses his practice on labor and employment matters with broad experience representing multinational companies and large Italian industrial groups in union negotiations, business restructurings, lay-offs, disciplinary measures and employment disputes.
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