Texas Litigator’s Guide to Departing Employee Cases

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Mark A. Shank

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A summary of law, procedure, and strategy for handling departing employee litigation, includes forms.

Much has been written about covenants non compete, trade secrets, confidentiality agreements, and injunction practice. But, never has anyone put all these issues in one place. After practicing in this area for over 30 years, Mark Shank has produced a composite resource for both HR Professionals and the attorneys representing them.

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  • Availability: Available
  • Brand: Texas Lawyer
  • Product Type: Books
  • Page Count: 502
  • ISBN: 978-1-62881-241-1
  • Pub#/SKU#: TXDE18
  • Pub Date: 11/24/2017

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  • Mark A. Shank
Mark A. Shank is a partner at Gruber Hurst Johansen Hail Shank.
Since 1981, he has practiced labor and employment law and civil
trial law in Dallas, Texas, with a substantial part of his practice
centering on the subject matter of this book. Mr. Shank is Board
Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in labor and
employment law and civil trial law.
He is a graduate of Missouri State (B.S.) University of Missouri
(J.D.) and Southern Methodist University (LLM). He teaches
labor and employment law and law practice management as an
adjunct professor at Southern Methodist University Law School
and is a former chair of the labor and employment sections of the
State Bar of Texas and Dallas Bar Association, a former president
of the Dallas Bar Association, and a former chair of the Texas
State Bar Foundation.

Chapter 1: Overview

Chapter 2: Injunctions

Chapter 3: Noncompetition Covenants

Chapter 4: Arbitration

Chapter 5: Other Causes of Action

Chapter 6: Negotiation, Mediation and Settlement

Chapter 7: Discovery

Chapter 8: Preliminary Considerations

Chapter 9: Whether To Seek an Injunction

Chapter 10: Procedural Considerations

Chapter 11: Initial Pleadings, Petition and Answer

Chapter 12: Judges’ Thoughts


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