Tag Archives: Michigan non-compete law

Employer has Injunction Reversed after Losing Battle of What Law Applies in Non-compete Lawsuit

I recently ran across a great article about noncompete agreements, which touch upon two important issues that threaten the success of every non-compete lawsuit: the role choice of law provisions play in noncompete litigation and damages at the preliminary injunction stage of a non-compete lawsuit. As to the article by Paul O. Lopez, Can Noncompete Agreements Be … Continue Reading

Differences in State Law Create Hurdles for Enforcing Non-Compete Restrictions

A Court ruled that a company didn’t show a substantial likelihood that it would succeed in enforcing noncompetition restrictions against four former employees. This failure, however, is an important reminder for companies with multi-state operations or employees who may live in a state where non-compete restrictions are not favored or otherwise enforceable. Turning to the … Continue Reading
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