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Law of Confidential Business Information (Print + ProView online )
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This resource covers a broad range of issues including steps to protect confidentiality, types of fiduciary relationships, restrictive covenants, defences and remedies. It also deals with employment law and the intellectual property aspects of confidential information. It helps you to:
  • Fully understand the concept of confidential business information
  • Draft effective confidentiality clauses and agreements quickly
  • Quickly develop policies that keep valuable information from being appropriated
  • Strengthen existing safeguards and reduce the chances of a breach
  • Initiate or defend a claim
  • Prepare yourself for litigation should a breach occur
  • Recognize what the courts will consider in a claim, and anticipate the defences
Benefit from:
  • Proven precedents that allow you to customize the clauses to your needs
  • The most up-to-date information on the importance of business information, global competition and the way the courts deal with confidential business information
  • The most current case law to ensure you are always up to date on the legal developments
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About the Author
The Honourable Julie A. Thorburn is a judge of the Ontario SuperiorCourt of Justice and is a former partner at Cassels, Brock & Blackwell LLP, and head of the Information Communications and Entertainment Law Group. She was Chair of the Media and Communications section of the Canadian Bar Association, Ontario and an arbitrator for the American Film Marketing Association. She was a member of the Board of the Ontario Media Development Corporation and the Audio Visual Preservation Trust. Madam Justice Thorburn has written numerous articles on the subject ofthe personal information and has given lectures at Osgoode Hall Law School, the Steven Spielberg Institute in Los Angeles and Queen's University.
Keith G. Fairbairn is a former partner of Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP and practised exclusively in the area of employment law. He provides advice on all types of employment issues and has extensive experience with litigation, hearings and injunctions, corporate transactions, human resources policy, employment legislation, contracts, benefits and disability, and the interplay between intellectual property and employment law. Mr. Fairbairn has been a frequent lecturer at the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Osgoode Hall Law School and the University of Toronto, and has spoken at numerous conferences and seminars.