Non-compete agreement law

At its most basic, a non-compete agreement is exactly what it sounds like: an agreement not to compete. For employers, a non-compete clause can protect business interests when an employee or contractor could potentially share trade secrets or proprietary information. For employees and contractors, entering a non-compete agreement can help secure a job, but it’s important to consider how any restrictions you agree to could impact the future of your career.

The business law team at Dozier Miller has extensive experience on both sides of non-compete agreements. Whether you’re an employer in need of a legally binding clause or an employee/contractor being asked to sign – or accused of breaching — a non-compete agreement, our experts are here to help.

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Before you enter a non-compete agreement, make sure you understand the legal implications. Our business law experts will be happy to review and explain your non-compete clause and answer any and all questions you may have.

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