It is often important to know what your opponent is thinking…and what advice they are receiving.

I ran across an interesting article written by an attorney who represents employers and businesses in noncompete and nonsolicitation disputes. There is even a great discussion about how employers can protect the disclosure of confidential business information. In my opinion, many businesses wrongfully try to protect information readily available in the public domain.

The article entitled, “Catch Me If You Can: Preventing and Dealing with an Employee’s Theft of Electronically Stored Information” is an interesting read.

Dan Frith
Dan Frith

Dan Frith has over 25 years of experience representing individuals and families in cases of medical malpractice throughout Virginia. He has been named "Best Medical Malpractice Attorney" by Roanoker Magazine and is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. To speak with Dan, contact him by email at dfrith@frithlawfirm.com.