Noncompetition agreements

Disputes over non-competition agreements arise when a professional employee leaves her employer to start her own business or goes to work for her former employer’s competition.  If the former employer brings charges of breach of contract against the ex-employee and seeks injunctions against her and against her use of trade secrets, the ex-employee may respond by challenging the validity or enforceability of the original non-competition agreement in regard to the reasonableness of its restrictions concerning duration, activity, and geographic radius.

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