Over-reaching Provisions That Could Jeopardize Your Noncompetition Covenants

05 Oct , 2021

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This program will discuss employers’ newest innovations in covenants not to compete that could jeopardize them such as one-sided fee-shifting clauses, liquidated damages clauses and provisions allowing post-employment payments to be unilaterally stopped.

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