Mike Greco is a partner in the Philadelphia office. He litigates and provides counseling nationwide to employers concerning legal claims and issues arising from the movement of employees between competitor firms.
These issues include: covenants not to compete, non-solicitation and non-disclosure agreements, unfair competition, employee raiding, trade secrets, duty of loyalty, Computer Fraud & Abuse Act, Economic Espionage Act, and state trade secrets and unfair competition statutes.
Mike has prosecuted and defended more than 300 employee defection and recruitment matters, obtaining and defeating injunctive relief in at least 27 different state and federal courts, in addition to dozens of arbitration actions before the National Association of Securities Dealers.
His experience includes representation of clients in the securities brokerage, health information technology, medical practice, computer sales and distribution, commercial window washing, personnel placement, online retailing, insurance brokerage, insurance, publishing, direct response television, radio, institutional food services, and freight forwarding industries.
In addition to litigating, Mike assists corporate clients in developing and implementing coordinated local and/or national programs to protect their competitive assets against employee defection, and to minimize risks that when hiring employees from competitors.
His practical knowledge of how courts have treated various restrictive covenants enables Mike to help employers draft appropriately tailored restrictive covenants.
Mike was included in the 2013 and 2014 edition of Pennsylvania Super Lawyers. He was also recognized in Pennsylvania Super Lawyers - Rising Stars in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2010. He is the co-editor of the firm'sNon-Compete and Trade Secrets Blog.
FAQ's On FINRA's Broker Compensation Proposal
April 1, 2014
Court: Ex-Employees Can't Play Cute With Non-Solicitation Agreements
October 8, 2013
Noncompetes: A Matter Of Dollars And Sense?
September 6, 2011
Postponing The Noncompete Fight
April 25, 2011
Are Your Employees Poachable? Here Are 7 Ways to Tell
April 11, 2011
Taking the Guesswork Out of Budgeting for Noncompete Litigation
January 12, 2011
The Trade Secret Paradox
April 1, 2009
When a New CEO Comes In, Will Risk Walk Out?
How to Create Effective and Enforceable Restrictive Covenant Agreements
October 9, 2007
Can You Enforce Noncompete Agreements Signed By Employees Of An Acquired Company?
It Depends On The Structure Of The Deal -- And Where The Employees Are.
November 7, 2003
Quotes and Soundbites
Superior Court Rejects Exception To Consideration For Noncompetes
May 20, 2014
Send a Non-Compete Letter and You May Be Buying a Lawsuit
January 28, 2014
Michael Greco's Twas the Night Before Christmas Featured In Bank Of America's Small Business Community Newsletter
December 17, 2013
Employee Friendly Laws Boon For New Yahoo Chief
July 23, 2012
Under Lock and Key
December 15, 2011
Employees Fired Over Social Media, NLRB Reacts
August 1, 2011
Where Does Privacy Stop and the Workplace Begin?
July 26, 2011
Seven Signs Your Employees May Be Poachable
June 1, 2011