An Oregon bill that has passed both houses and is expected to be signed by the Governor would impose new requirements on employment-based noncompete agreements in that state. A noncompete agreement could only be enforced against an employee who earns a salary that exceeds the median family income for a family of four; is an administrative, professional or executive employee who is exempt from minimum wage and overtime laws; and has access to trade secrets or other competitively sensitive confidential information. The noncompetition period would be limited to two years. (S.B. 248b)