Non-Solicitation & Confidentiality Agreements
Non-Competition, Non-Solicitation, and Confidentiality Agreements (“Restrictive Covenant Agreements”) are essential for businesses to protect their most important assets—their work, products, and clients. Artfully drafted Restrictive Covenant Agreements limit your former employees’ ability to misuse your documents, designs, financial data, and other confidential information by sharing it with competitors or using it for their own purposes. Exploitation of this information has the ability to undermine the significant and expensive investments that are critical to your business.
Contrary to popular opinion, Restrictive Covenant Agreements are enforceable if narrowly-tailored with respect to duration, geography, and content. Saxton & Stump’s Labor and Employment Law Group is adept in drafting and reviewing Restrictive Covenant Agreements to eliminate potential “loopholes,” provide your investments with the maximum allowable protection under the law, and ensure enforceability.
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