Understand The Terms And Consequences Of Your Noncompete Agreement
Many employees, especially at the executive level, are required to sign noncompetition agreements, also called noncompete agreements or covenants not to compete. These contracts typically provide protection for the employer by restricting an employee’s actions, should the employee leave the company. While noncompete agreements are necessary, sometimes they are too restrictive, leaving someone unable to work in his or her field.
If your employer is asking you to sign a noncompetition agreement, a knowledgeable employment law attorney can be of great assistance. At The Klein Law Group, P.C., we review employment agreements and contracts and work to protect our clients’ rights.
Get Legal Advice About A Confidentiality Agreement
Confidentiality agreements are used to protect a business’s trade secrets, should an employee go to work for a competitor. Both employees and employers have rights in these situations,
If you have questions about the terms of a confidentiality agreement, it is best to speak with an attorney. Resolving disputes can be time-consuming and costly. We can help employees and employers resolve such disputes cost-effectively. As needed, we represent employers and employees involved in litigation over the terms of noncompete agreements and/or confidentiality agreements.
Ask An Attorney To Review Your Noncompete Or Confidentiality Agreement
Our New York attorneys offer free initial consultations to every potential client, to give you the opportunity to discuss your rights and review your case with us. Reach us online or call our lawyers at 917-639-5350 to schedule a consultation.
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