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The Employment Counselor - Summer 2007

Sunday, September 16, 2007   (0 Comments)
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For many employers, non-competition agreements are shrouded in mystery. The employer knows that such agreements could be a valuable tool to protect their business. However, the employer is unsure how and when to effectively utilize non-competition agreements. This edition of The Employment Counselor provides an in-depth analysis of non-competition agreements which, we hope, will provide a valuable resource for employers.

In the first article, we examine the factors to consider in deciding whether an employer needs to use non-compete agreements, as well as how to institute these agreements. In the second article, we examine what makes a covenant not to compete "reasonable," and therefore enforceable by the courts. Finally, in the third article, we describe the various forms of relief available to those with enforceable covenants.

All employers should consider whether a non-competition agreement should be implemented to protect their business. We hope this edition of The Employment Counselor is informative and helps employers better understand non-competition agreements.

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Located in McLean, Virginia, General Counsel, P.C. provides legal representation to businesses and non-profit organizations in Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C. Their representation can be divided into four primary categories: business/corporate law; labor/employment law; state/federal court litigation; and estate/business succession planning. General Counsel, P.C. is a Member of The ASBC's Coalition Exchange Trusted Service Provider Program.

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