On Jan. 5, 2023, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) took a significant step towards banning noncompete agreements between companies and workers. The FTC proposed a broad rule that would effectivelyContinue Reading Federal Trade Commission Seeks Industry Comment On Proposed Noncompete Ban
Justin K. Victor is a trial lawyer who has assisted clients in recovering over $100 million in complex civil litigation. Mr. Victor has also secured temporary restraining orders, preliminary injunctions and permanent injunctions in state and federal court for clients seeking to protect against the misappropriation of trade secrets and to enforce restrictive covenants.
Mr. Victor has successfully defended clients facing claims totaling over $300 million. For example, Mr. Victor defends employers in class and collective actions arising under the FLSA and related state wage and hour laws. Mr. Victor also defends executives and board members in derivative and direct actions arising under state and federal law.
In addition to an active litigation practice, Mr. Victor counsels employers of all sizes in the design and implementation of employment policies, practices, proactive audits, and workplace training.
On July 28, 2021, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms issued an executive order (the “Order”) instituting an indoor mask or facial covering mandate within the city of Atlanta. Additionally, all…
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Employers – in light of recent action by the Biden administration, it is time to review and evaluate restrictive covenants being used with your workforce. Courts, state legislatures, and the…
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You are invited to listen to Episode 34 of Greenberg Traurig’s Trade Secret Law Evolution Podcast, “Forum and Venue Issues in Delaware Trade Secret Litigation, and Preemption by the …
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