In today’s America, non-compete agreements have become ubiquitous. Everybody has one. The wine salesman. The disc jockey. The advertising executive. Even the maid. One of
The widespread use of non-compete agreements – along with the concept of captive clients and captive labor – continues to produce the most absurd scenarios.
A recent case out of Connecticut reaffirms one of the most basic tenants of defending non-compete cases: Leave it behind. Documents, customer lists, confidential files.
Every once in a while, there is some good (i.e. pro-employee) news on the non-compete front. Such is the case this week with a recent
In Florida, non-compete agreements are governed by Florida Statute 542.335. The statute indicates that non-compete agreements can only be used to protect legitimate business interests.
In what may be a one-off move, or a harbinger of things to come, the FTC has stepped into a non-compete dispute in Nevada and