GROUP BLOG: Avoiding unjust enrichment claims using two simple words

In a recent decision by the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Ford Motor Company has proven that well-worded employment contracts can prevent unfavorable results in court and protect valuable intellectual property rights. Its use of two simple words in an employment contract helped the company to avoid being held liable to a former employee and inventor for his role in developing Ford’s famous SYNC technology. Click here to read Associate Kenneth N. Schott’s analysis of the case.

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