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Research on Legal Issues of Protecting Trade Secrets With Business Strife Limitation Agreement
Trade Secrets,Business Strife Limitation Agreement,inevitable disclosure doctrine,Blue Pencil Rule,Reasonableness Rule,spillover effect,
|Publication Year :||2020|
In recent years, Taiwan's high-tech industry has developed rapidly. In order to maintain its technological advantages, business owners have tried their best to protect business secrets by Business Strife Limitation Agreement. Business Strife Limitation Agreement clauses may be effective in preventing 'unavoidable disclosures'; however, the free flow of talents leads to a spillover effect of knowledge and experience, which will benefit the development of the overall economic belt, which is far better than the protection of the interests of a single company. How to balance the free flow of talents, overall economic development, and the competitive advantages of employers is not in doubt. This study intends to discuss this and make relevant suggestions. In addition, although my country revised the Labor Standards Law on January 27, 2015, how should we deal with the prohibition of business competition that was enacted before the revision? However, there are many problems arising from the revision of the law, and there are also differences in practical judgments. Therefore, this study discusses the above topics and makes relevant suggestions.
|Appears in Collections:||事業經營法務碩士在職學位學程|
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