SCM NEWS & OPINIONS
By: D. Jason Hawkins
One of the effects of the coronavirus is an increased level of interest in force majeure provisions. Businesses large and small are reviewing their contracts to determine whether they include a force majeure provision and whether any of their or the other party’s obligations may be excused by that provision.
Be prepared to identify why that information is a trade secret or why it violates a nondisclosure agreement.
By: Keith A. Call
This case serves as a reminder to businesses that if they want to restrict their employees’ from working for a competitor, they need to go about it the right way.
Utah House Bill 81, which amends Utah’s non-compete agreement statute, continues to progress in the Utah Legislature.