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Category: Non-compete Agreements

The Preemptive Strike

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: if a small business does not have proprietary information or trade secrets, it is generally ill advised

Lessons to Learn from a Nail Salon case

In my previous post, “Understanding Non-Compete Agreements,” I opined that it often makes very little business sense for a small business owner to go

Restrictive Covenants Among Physicians and Veterinarians

It is very common for medical doctors and veterinarians to sign non-compete agreements as part of their employment contracts. Medical doctors and

Seasonal Employees and Non-Compete Agreements

Non-compete litigation usually involves long term, nonseasonal employees as defendants in an enforcement action. A case recently decided in Illinois

Understanding Non-Compete Agreements

Non-compete clauses or non-compete agreements — also known as “convenants not to compete” — are found in many employment contracts. What is a