Non-Compete, Non-Solicit, Trade Secrets
Norman Spencer attorneys represent client in matters involving Non-Compete, Non-Solicit, and Trade Secrets. We work with our clients to protect their business interests during times of employment transition. We represent employees who may be trying to find jobs in the same field as well as employers whose rights have been infringed by former employees. We can assist with the following:
- Non-Compete Agreements Often non-compete agreement are incorporated in an employment agreement. Their purpose is to prevent a former employee from working for a competitor or working in the same field within a certain geographic area for a limited period of time after termination of employment.
- Confidentiality Agreements These agreements are created to inform employees of the sensitivity of corporate information, and to prevent them from using or disclosing that information in their post-employment endeavors.
- Non-Solicitation Agreements These agreements prevent former employees from soliciting some customers of the former employer. They are also used in cases of sale of a business.
- Anti-Poaching or Anti-Raiding Agreements Properly prepared anti-poaching or anti-raiding covenants can prevent a former employee from soliciting his or her former coworkers.
Our attorneys can also assist in situations where non compete, non-solicitation, or confidentiality agreements are disregarded by a former employee or his or her new employer or when the covenant is disputed as unreasonable or overbroad. We will protect your interest in and out of court
If you need to discuss issues related to non compete, non solicitation, and confidentiality agreement, feel free to contact our office to see what we can do to help.