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Part 16 of “The Restricting Covenant” Series: Civil Contempt and Covenants Not to Compete

USA - August 6 2018 Make no bones about it, non-compete disputes can be litigious, contentious, and downright nasty. Someone breached another’s trust or loyalty; or stole...


Part 15 of “The Restricting Covenant” Series: Non-Competes, Trade Secrets and Corporate Espionage

USA - July 2 2018 Highly valuable trade secrets, corporate espionage, elaborate schemes to evade detection, and national defense implications. Have I piqued your...


Part 14 of “The Restricting Covenant” Series: Non-Competes and the Janitor Analogy

USA - June 5 2018 Let me begin by explaining that this article does not focus on the janitorial profession and whether non-competes in that profession are enforceable...


Part 13 of “The Restricting Covenant” Series: The NLRB, NLRA and Non-Competes

USA - May 9 2018 The acronyms “NLRB” or “NLRA” rarely appear in articles about enforcement of private sector non-compete agreements. Until recently. Dun dun dun! (Que...


Part XII of “The Restricting Covenant” Series: Consideration, Covenants and Car Salesman

USA - March 30 2018 If you’ve ever purchased an automobile, you know that haggling for a good deal is either the best, or the worst, part of the car-buying experience...