Beware of Using “Form” Non-Competition Agreements

The ability to enforce a non-competition clauses often turns on what some unwisely deem “form” contract provisions dealing with “consideration”, “choice of law”, “merger” of prior agreements and “successor and assigns.” To avoid common pitfalls, employers should have existing agreements reviewed for enforcement problems and consult with employment counsel about drafting new ones.

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