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Umpteenth Time’s the Charm? Massachusetts Has Another Go At Non-Compete Reform

USA - May 20 2016 The Massachusetts legislature is back at it again — as the Boston Globe reports, the Joint Committee on Labor & Workforce Development has…

Co-authors: Katherine E. Perrelli , Dawn Mertineit .

White House Issues A Call To Arms With Respect To Non-Competes

USA - May 6 2016 On May 5, 2016, the White House issued a report largely piggybacking on a recent U.S. Treasury Department study, on which we previously posted, with…

Co-authors: Andrew T. Stark.

U.S. Treasury Department Suggests That Non-Compete Reform is Necessary

USA - April 28 2016 The U.S. Department of Treasury recently released a study on the effect of non-compete agreements, taking a hard line with respect to their social…

Co-authors: Andrew T. Stark.

You Can’t Put Lipstick On This Pig: Beauty Company’s Non-Compete Deemed Unenforceable

USA - April 7 2016 On March 25, 2016, a Massachusetts Superior Court judge struck down skin care salon Elizabeth Grady Face First, Inc.'s ("Elizabeth Grady" or the…

Co-authors: Andrew T. Stark.

Massachusetts Legislature Takes Up Noncompete Reform . . . Again

USA - March 3 2016 Another year, another attempt at noncompete reform in Massachusetts. According to the Boston Globe, Massachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo…

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