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Category Archives: Restrictive Covenants

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Non-Compete Agreements and H-1B Visa Workers

Posted in Employment Agreements, H-1B, Hiring, Immigration, Noncompetition Agreements, Restrictive Covenants
  Some employers require employees to enter into non-competition agreements at the time of hire, preventing them from competing with their employer during employment and during a certain time period after their employment ends. Non-compete agreements are often presented to employees with access to intellectual property, trade secrets, customer lists, business plans and strategies, and… Continue Reading

Restrictive Covenants in the Construction Industry: An Often Overlooked and Underutilized Source of Protection

Posted in Restrictive Covenants
 Restrictive covenants come in many forms; they can be stand-alone agreements, such as a confidentiality agreement, or they can be included in various types of contracts, such as noncompete or nonsolicitation provisions in employment contracts, asset purchase agreements or stock purchase agreements.… Continue Reading

Restrictive Covenant Enforcement: It’s About More Than Just Limits Of Time And Geography

Posted in Employee Leave Management, Hiring, Noncompetition Agreements, Restrictive Covenants, Uncategorized
Employers spend substantial resources training employees to fit the goals of their organizations. Often times, this includes providing the employee access to confidential information, introducing the employee to key business contacts, or providing the employee with specialized instruction on how to efficiently and effectively perform the role. Post-employment restrictive covenants, such as non-competition and non-solicitation… Continue Reading