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Business Law: Miscellaneous Operating Issues 2017 Edition

This guide breaks down the complexities of the modern business environment for corporate lawyers representing clients of newly formed and previously existing businesses.

Having good information before making business decisions saves time, reduces costs, produces happier customers, and results in better decisions. This handbook assist attorneys in guiding both new and previously existing business clients through the complexities of the modern business environment. Topics covered include federal and state regulation of securities, distribution agreements, franchise considerations, antitrust law, employment agreements involving restrictive covenants and trade secrets, and intellectual property issues. The handbook also includes a lengthy table regarding protectable trade secrets in a typical manufacturing company; a checklist of reasonable security measures for protecting trade secrets; lists of pre-start-up, start-up, and ongoing services for franchises; a chart summarizing the differences between sales representatives and distributors, and several sample clauses for various issues in distribution agreements.

General Editor:
Donald R. Tracy, Brown Hay & Stephens, Springfield

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1 — Federal Regulation of Securities
Edward X. Clinton and Edward X. Clinton, Jr., The Clinton Law Firm, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 2 — State Regulation of Securities
Edward X. Clinton and Edward X. Clinton, Jr., The Clinton Law Firm, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 3 — Distribution Agreements
Robert N. Kamensky, Thompson Coburn LLP, Chicago

Chapter 4 — General Franchising Considerations
Joseph W. Sheyka, DLA Piper LLP (US), Chicago

Chapter 5 — Overview of Antitrust Law for the Corporate Practitioner
Edwin G. Harvey,Thompson Coburn LLP , St. Louis

Chapter 6 — Employment Agreements Involving Restrictive Covenants and Trade Secrets
John F. Kennedy, Richard Y. Hu, and Allison E. Czerniak, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, Chicago

Chapter 7 — Intellectual Property Rights
R Mark Halligan, FisherBroyles, LLP, Chicago

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Having good information before making business decisions saves time, reduces costs, produces happier customers, and results in better decisions. This handbook assist attorneys in guiding both new and previously existing business clients through the complexities of the modern business environment. Topics covered include federal and state regulation of securities, distribution agreements, franchise considerations, antitrust law, employment agreements involving restrictive covenants and trade secrets, and intellectual property issues. The handbook also includes a lengthy table regarding protectable trade secrets in a typical manufacturing company; a checklist of reasonable security measures for protecting trade secrets; lists of pre-start-up, start-up, and ongoing services for franchises; a chart summarizing the differences between sales representatives and distributors, and several sample clauses for various issues in distribution agreements.

General Editor:
Donald R. Tracy, Brown Hay & Stephens, Springfield

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1 — Federal Regulation of Securities
Edward X. Clinton and Edward X. Clinton, Jr., The Clinton Law Firm, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 2 — State Regulation of Securities
Edward X. Clinton and Edward X. Clinton, Jr., The Clinton Law Firm, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 3 — Distribution Agreements
Robert N. Kamensky, Thompson Coburn LLP, Chicago

Chapter 4 — General Franchising Considerations
Joseph W. Sheyka, DLA Piper LLP (US), Chicago

Chapter 5 — Overview of Antitrust Law for the Corporate Practitioner
Edwin G. Harvey,Thompson Coburn LLP , St. Louis

Chapter 6 — Employment Agreements Involving Restrictive Covenants and Trade Secrets
John F. Kennedy, Richard Y. Hu, and Allison E. Czerniak, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, Chicago

Chapter 7 — Intellectual Property Rights
R Mark Halligan, FisherBroyles, LLP, Chicago

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