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  • Starting Your Own Construction Company In Virginia
    Starting Your Own Construction Company In Virginia

    Have you considered taking your construction skills commercial and starting your very own construction company? There are many benefits to owning your own business, but there are also legal ...

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  • Important Considerations When Purchasing an Existing Business
    Important Considerations When Purchasing an Existing Business

    When purchasing an existing business it is essential to perform due diligence to acquire a full understanding of the assets and liabilities of the company that you are purchasing. It is also essential ...

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  • Obtaining Injunctive Relief Based Upon the Misappropriation or Threatened Misappropriation of Trade Secrets
    Obtaining Injunctive Relief Based Upon the Misappropriation or Threatened Misappropriation of Trade Secrets

    Section 8.01-620 of the Virginia Code provides that the circuit courts have jurisdiction to award injunctions. Va. Code. Ann. § 8.01-620. Although the circuit courts have such jurisdiction, they are ...

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  • Protecting your Business Part IV: The Misappropriation of Trade Secrets
    Protecting your Business Part IV: The Misappropriation of Trade Secrets

    If your business possesses or has been accused of using information that constitutes a trade secret under the Virginia Uniform Trade Secrets Act , Va. Code Ann. §§ 59.1-336 through 59.1-343 (the ...

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  • Protecting Your Business Part III: Trade Secrets
    Protecting Your Business Part III: Trade Secrets

    The Virginia Uniform Trade Secrets Act , Va. Code Ann. §§ 59.1-336 through 59.1-343 (the “VUTSA”) provides a statutory framework concerning trade secrets. The VUTSA defines a “trade secret” as ...

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  • Protecting your Business Part II: Non-Solicitation Agreements
    Protecting your Business Part II: Non-Solicitation Agreements

    We have previously blogged about non-competition agreements . Non-solicitation agreements are also commonly utilized by employers to prevent employees from damaging their businesses. Non-solicitation ...

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