A Noncompete Case and BBQ

I usually blog about new Georgia noncompete cases, but I also occasionally stumble across older cases that contain fun and saucy facts that are worthy of serving up in a blog discussion. One such noncompete case is Baxley v. Black,…

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GA’s Computer Systems Protection Act: What it Means for Employers

Recently, a divided Georgia Supreme Court reversed the conviction of an employee accused of engaging in computer trespass in violation of the Georgia Computer Systems Protection Act by copying his employer’s data. This blog discusses the potential implications when departing employees misappropriate information using a computer.

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