Non-Compete Agreements: Reviews, Disputes And Litigation

As an experienced professional, you know that no employer has any genuine, lasting allegiance to you. Ultimately, you need to look out for yourself with the help of skilled legal counsel. This is especially true of important employment contracts that frame your current and future job opportunities.

A non-compete agreement is called a restrictive covenant for a reason. Signing a non-compete can greatly limit your prospects when you and your employer part ways. You should seek proper advice if you are preparing to sign any employment contract — or if you anticipate trouble with a contract you already signed.

Understanding Your Non-Compete Agreement: Preventing Problems And Resolving Disputes

The employment law attorneys of NachtLaw know how to solve problems related to non-compete agreements — for employees and contractors alike. Equipped with decades of experience representing executives, business leaders, salespeople and other professionals, we can help you protect your career and your livelihood, whether you need help negotiating, defending yourself against a lawsuit or suing your employer or former employer. Our lawyers can strategically address legal challenges involving:

  • Engineers, IT managers and technical employees
  • Larger employers and startups
  • Automotive technology positions
  • The enforceability of your non-compete agreement
  • Nondisclosure agreements and trade secrets
  • Contract positions and personnel agency roles

Make sure you understand the meaning of the provisions of a non-compete before you sign it or engage in litigation with a former employer. Our attorneys can review your document and provide the guidance you need.

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