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Bill Pentelovitch and Wayne Moskowitz to Present Live Webcast on "Business Torts Deskbook: Noncompetition Agreements" for Minnesota CLE
"Business Torts Deskbook: Noncompetition Agreements," webcast, Minnesota CLE, 2013
August 15, 2013
Bill Pentelovitch and Wayne Moskowitz, partners in Maslon's Litigation Group, will present a 1-hour live webcast on noncompetition agreements for Minnesota CLE on Thursday, August 15, 2013. Bill authored of the chapter titled, "The ‘Reasonable' Restraint of the Trade" in the Minnesota Business Torts Deskbook, and will be joined by Wayne to review Minnesota law governing noncompete agreements, while highlighting topics, such as protectable interests, rule of reasonableness, consideration for noncompete agreements, tortious interference, equitable relief, and damages.

Bill Pentelovitch, a trial lawyer and Fellow of the International Academy of Trial lawyers, has practiced exclusively in the area of business-related disputes for 39 years and is considered both a leading authority and a leading trial lawyer in Minnesota in the area of ownership and governance disputes in corporations, partnerships of all kinds, and limited liability companies. In addition to his substantial practice in the areas of business ownership and governance and non-competes, trade secrets, and unfair competition, Bill handles breach of contract, fraud, antitrust, securities, banking, and intellectual property trials.

Wayne Moskowitz focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, including business torts, contract disputes, and partnership and shareholder disputes. Wayne has significant experience representing employers and employees in covenant not-to-compete and trade secret litigation across the nation. He is also a member of Maslon's Competitive Practices and Appellate Groups.

For more information, go to MN CLE.
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