Non-compete, proprietary information, and confidentiality agreements often contain forum selection provisions, which specify where any related litigation must be brought. But what is to happen when the underlying agreements contain different forum selection provisions? A United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana recently addressed this very issue, and held that in such cases, a court must decide for itself which proposed forum has the greater connection to the underlying dispute by focusing on just the facts. See High Tech Nat’l, LLC v. Wiener, No. 119-CV-02489-SEB-MJD (S.D. Ind. Nov. 26, 2019). In High Tech, the plaintiffs—a mobile… Continue Reading Trade Secrets and Conflicting Forum Selection Provisions – Focus on the Facts!