A Non-Competition Agreement is usually executed between two parties when a business relationship is terminated.  Often, this is employer/employee.  However, it may also be between other parties, such as a company and a third-party sales representative.  In any event, the goal of a non-competition agreement is to prevent a party from entering the market and taking clients along with him.

Non-competition agreements need to be tailored to specific situations.  For example, executing an agreement that is overly broad may create many problems, potentially voiding the contract entirely.

We are experienced in all forms of employment law contracts.  We will review existing documents or draft them to your specific requests.

Contact an employment law attorney for counsel on non-compete agreements.