HHG Boardroom Q&A — Using Digital Forensics to Enforce Restraint of Trade
HHG Legal Group employment lawyer, Gregory Rogers, is teaming up with special guest Adam Stafford to shed light on using digital forensics to enforce restraint of trade.
In the digital age the sheer amount of information at our fingertips can at times be overwhelming. Digital forensics can assist employers sift through this information when there are suspicions intellectual property theft and restraint of trade breaches.
Post employment restraints are complex, coming in all types and varieties. Understanding the four main kinds – non-work, no poaching, no solicitation of clients, and no solicitation of suppliers – is vital for those looking to enforce or not fall foul of them.
In an engaging and informative session, the pair will discuss:
- What is digital forensics and when do we need it?
- Why do we use digital forensics?
- How do we use the data identified?
- The four main types of employment restraints;
- How the law protects an employers legitimate business interests;
- Special issue: cascading clauses;
- Case studies and examples.
Date: Thursday 22 February 2018
Time: 5:00pm – 6.30pm (5.15pm start)
Location: HHG Legal Group Level 1, 16 Parliament Place West Perth
Light refreshments will be provided – please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any dietary requirements.