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Noncompetition Agreements – Impediment to Employee Mobility and Innovation?

The Wall Street Journal, by Aruna Viswanatha, recently asked whether Noncompete Agreements Hobble Junior Employees. Spoiler alert — they do. According to the Journal: Noncompete agreements—common in computing and engineering jobs, where proprietary technology can be at stake—are spreading to other industries and stretching further down the corporate ladder. Labor-law experts say some employers appear … Continue Reading

Language Counts when it Comes to Enforcing Non-compete Agreements

Companies commonly rely on non-compete restrictions to protect their competitive business interests. But if such post-employment restrictions are not properly drafted, those agreements may not be enforceable if challenged in court. Overview of Non-compete Restrictions Briefly, non-competition restrictions prohibit an employee from going to work for a competitor of a former employer. Such post-employment restrictions … Continue Reading
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