Non-Compete Clauses

Employers may require employees, as a condition of employment or separation, to enter into a non-compete agreement. These agreements prevent a departing employee from competing with the employer, subject to agreed spacial and temporal parameters. However, different states and jurisdictions have unique rules on whether these agreements can be enforced against a former employee. Our familiarity with these rules allow us to draft non-compete clauses that maximize protection for our clients without exceeding the boundaries of the law.

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