The Future of Noncompetes and What it Means for the Protection of Your Workforce and Trade Secrets: Part 1

07 Oct , 2021

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Across the country, traditional noncompete agreements are under increasing judicial and legislative scrutiny. This series will discuss these developments, as well as the prospect of federal legislation or regulation, and will provide practical guidance to employers across the country as they seek to protect their workforces, customers, clients, and trade secrets in the years to come. Topics to be covered include: alternatives to traditional noncompetes, such as nonsolicitation clauses, garden leave provisions, and forfeiture for competition provisions; best practices for multi-state employers with respect to noncompetition; and best practices for protecting trade secrets. Part 1 of a 3 part series.

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