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Thursday, August 28, 2014

Employment Law: Enforcement of a Covenant Not to Compete


Can My Employer Enforce a Covenant Not to Compete?

Many employers require their employees to sign agreements which contain covenants not to compete with the company.  The enforceability of these restrictive provisions varies from state-to-state and depends on a variety of factors. A former employee who violates an enforceable non-compete agreement may be ordered to cease competitive activity and pay damages to the former employer.  In other covenants, the restrictions may be deemed too restrictive and an undue restraint of trade.

A covenant not to compete is a promise by an employee that he or she will not compete with his or her employer for a specified period of time and/or within a particular geographic location.
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Friday, January 24, 2014

Legal Issues in Job Searches: Question You Shouldn't Ask or Answer During An Interview

The Noland Law Firm, LLC. handles various types of employment cases.  If you have a question or would like to speak to an attorney regarding employment law, please contact for more information.


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