Employee Duty of Loyalty: A State-by-State Survey, Seventh Edition

$660.00
Employee Duty of Loyalty: A State-by-State Survey provides state-by-state analysis of conduct that breaches the employee duty of loyalty. In question-and-answer format, it includes discussions of state law broken out by category of employee—from “mere employees” to “officers and directors.” It includes Finding Lists, detailed chapter contents, appendices containing relevant Restatement excerpts, quotations from the case law, and more.

DESCRIPTION

Reflecting the rapid expansion of litigation concerning the application of the employee duty of loyalty, Employee Duty of Loyalty: A State-by-State Survey reviews the duty on a state-by-state basis, analyzing prohibited and permitted conduct, litigation issues, defenses, damages, and the availability of injunctive relief.

Extensive discussions of state law, broken out by category of employee—from “mere employees” to “officers and directors”—show the reader how the duty of loyalty is applied depending on the level of responsibility an employee has within an organization. Using a uniform topic structure that provides a comparative view across states, this treatise is invaluable for lawyers with a multi-jurisdictional practice, as well as for those seeking persuasive authority from other states.

Employee Duty of Loyalty includes Finding Lists and detailed chapter contents, appendices containing relevant Restatement excerpts, extensive quotations from the case law, and cross-references to other titles in the think and code State-by-State Survey Series. 

Sample questions examined in the Seventh Edition include:

  • Does the duty of loyalty persist after resignation?

  • Will an employer’s failure to identify specifically solicited customers be fatal to a breach of duty claim?

  • Is forfeiture of a disloyal employee’s salary available without proof of damages?

  • Does assisting a person to encourage employees to leave their employer amount to aiding and abetting a breach of the duty of loyalty?


 SUMMARY OF CONTENTS

Each State Chapter Addresses:

  • How the State Defines Protectable Interests of Employers
  • Procedural Issues
  • Duty of Employee to Disclose Information, Corporate Opportunities, or Conflicts of Interest to Employer
  • Prohibition Against Solicitation of the Employer’s Customers, Accounts, or Employees
  • Limitations on Competition by Employee During and After Employment
  • Prohibition Against Use of Employer’s Proprietary Information
  • Prohibition Against Taking Kickbacks and Bribes
  • Remedies
  • Injunctive Relief
  • Employee Defenses
  • Distinctions Among Categories of Employees
  • Illustrative Cases
  • Law Review Articles/Other Publications 

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AUTHORS 

Brian M. Malsberger is a Senior Book Editor at Law, Arlington, VA, and is the author of , , , and .

David J. Carr is a partner in the Labor and Employment Law Group of Ice Miller LLP, Indianapolis, IN.

Arnold H. Pedowitz is a partner with Pedowitz & Meister, LLP in New York, NY, where he practices plaintiff-side employment law. 

Eric Akira Tate is a partner at Morrison & Foerster LLP, San Francisco, CA, and serves as co-chair of the firm’s Employment and Labor Practice Group.


CONTENTS 

Main Volume Information

2018/2 Volumes/3,792 pp. Hardcover/ISBN 978-1-68267-426-0/Order #3426


REVIEWS

"We use your treatises just about every day in our department (Covenants Not to CompeteEmployee Duty of Loyalty, etc.) Thanks for publishing such a quality product."

Robert Driscoll

Attorney, Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren S.C., Milwaukee, WI

 

“This two-volume reference provides a detailed examination of the manner in which state courts have applied the employee duty of loyalty. [A]n essential resource for any attorney representing clients in breach of employee loyalty cases.”

Kendall F. Svengalis

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