Represented Manhattan Associates who hired an employee who had previously worked for competitor. The employee did not have a non-compete obligation in favor of former employer. After our client hired the employee, the competitor filed suit in Minneapolis alleging "inevitable disclosure" and seeking a TRO to enjoin its former employee from working for our client. We successfully defeated the motion for TRO. In March 2006, we defeated temporary restraining order sought by plaintiff (to enjoin defendant's employment with Manhattan Associates).

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Initial Public Offering
Represented a Swedish company in connection with the spin-off and the listing of that company on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. The firm's work included more
Creative defense of Banque Audi in dilution case
Represented Banque Audi, one of the largest consumer banks in Lebanon that also does business in the U.S. and whose name is identical to a major car more
Security and privacy provisions for global logistics company
Revision of security and privacy provisions in a form of distribution agreement to be used globally by a global logistics provider. more
Trade secrets litigation for a major physician staffing and placement firm in Georgia state court
The firm served as lead counsel on behalf of a major physician staffing and placement firm in an action against a competitor and former more