BHGR attorneys work with clients to build agreements that protect their assets, trade secrets, customer lists, and other proprietary information as they pertain to non-disclosure and non-competition.
Clients interested in purchasing or selling a business with trade secrets rely on BHGR to protect them of the right to enjoy the goodwill related to that business. BHGR assists clients in drafting and negotiating non-compete provisions as part of the purchase or sale of a business. Clients interested in securing trade secrets with employers, employees and investors depend on BHGR to help create mutually respectful and protective agreements. BHGR advises employers, employees, and entrepreneurs / inventors on the scope and enforceability of a non-compete provision in existing, possible, and future employment contracts. BHGR also litigates complex disputes involving breach of non-compete clauses, and theft of trade secrets.
Practice Area Contact
Giovanni M. Ruscitti
Partner | email@example.com | 303.402.1600
Giovanni M. Ruscitti is one of the founding members of BHGR, and currently serves as the firm’s Managing Partner. Mr. Ruscitti is equally comfortable in the courtroom as in the boardroom, and regularly serves as lead transactional and litigation counsel. This unique and broad range of experience allows Mr. Ruscitti to provide BHGR’s clients comprehensive, strategic, innovative and cost-effective counsel, and he often works as a strategic adviser to boards of directors and general counsel. More…
Josh A. Marks
Partner | firstname.lastname@example.org | 303.402.1600
Josh Marks’ employment law expertise spans more than twenty-five years over a wide array of litigation and arbitration forums. Mr. Marks has tried dozens of personnel arbitrations involving terminations, suspensions, and demotions before hearing officers, civil service commissions, and review boards. More…