You are the in-house general counsel of a sizable high-tech company. One Monday morning, your CEO and CFO walk into your office together. That’s never a sign of good news, and in this case, the news is troubling indeed.

Both executives strongly suspect that a former senior-level employee, who recently left the company, is working with a competitor to raid your company’s employees and to exploit your company’s confidential information or trade secrets. They report that several other employees resigned last Friday and are expected to join the senior employee any day. The CEO and the CFO want you to do something about this — and quickly.

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