Cary Ichter: Protecting Your Company’s Trade Secrets

by admin | cary ichter on December 7, 2010

Tweet Cary Ichter is the managing partner of Ichter Thomas, LLC in Atlanta. A graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law, he specializes in commercial litigation, franchise and distribution disputes, special master referrals and alternative dispute resolution. Cary is a regular contributor to the Georgia Bar Journal and Fulton County Daily Report. He […]


Tweet Cary Ichter, Managing Partner of IchterThomas LLC, appeared on Steve Gross’s radio show to discuss implications of Georgia’s new non compete laws for local business: I am pleased to introduce our guest today, Cary Ichter who is a Partner in the Commercial Litigation practice Ichter Thomas, LLC.   A trial lawyer who primarily handles commercial […]


Georgia Amendment 1 Passes Handily, Dramatically Altering How Non Compete Agreements and Covenants will be Written and Enforced in Georgia

November 3, 2010

Tweet After a heated debate on both sides of the issue, Amendment 1 in Georgia has passed in yesterday’s voting with an overwhelming majority of 68% approval. The Amendment changes how non compete agreements are enforced in Georgia by strengthening enforcement of restrictive covenants. Where prior to the new non compete interpretation, courts in Georgia […]

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News Roundup on Georgia Non Compete Law Amendment Vote

November 1, 2010

Tweet With Georgia’s election upcoming this Tuesday, Amendment One and its impact on Georgia’s non compete law and agreements has been receiving substantial news coverage. We’ve gone through recent news stories and summarized them below to help you get a better grasp on how potential changes in the interpretation of non compete clauses may affect […]

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Georgia Non Compete Amendment One – How It Will Appear on the Ballot

October 30, 2010

Tweet If you’d like to take a look at the exact language of the proposed constitutional amendment relating to Georgia’s non compete agreements as it will appear on the ballot this week, we have it here for your convenience: Proposed constitutional amendments 1. Allows competitive contracts to be enforced in Georgia courts. House Resolution No. […]

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Cary Ichter of IchterThomas, LLC cited in Discussion of Georgia Non Compete Law

October 29, 2010

Tweet [w]ere one to take a dozen superior court judges and have each of them rewrite a non-competition covenant based upon all of these considerations – and others some might consider – it would be fair to anticipate that one would wind up with 12 very different contracts at the end of the process. Cited […]

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What Does the Non-Compete Referendum Mean for Contracts in Georgia?

September 30, 2010

Tweet This November, Georgia voters will be deciding via referendum on a proposed amendment to the constitution affecting non-compete agreements. If passed, this amendment would give an advantage to employers in enforcing strong non-compete language in contracts. Although a bill in the legislature has already passed to this effect, it is currently barred from taking […]

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