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July 27, 2021

Warner Employment News From the Law Shanty – Non-Compete vs. Non-Solicitation Agreements: “The Devil’s In the Details”

Today’s “Warner Employment News From the Law Shanty” video features attorneys Steve Palazzolo and Ed Bardelli. They discuss the differences between non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, how the agreements are enforced and what to do if you don’t have these agreements in place. Judges can play a big role in the enforcement of the agreements – certain judges uphold the agreements and certain judges do not. That’s why it’s important to tailor each agreement to each situation and not rely on cookie-cutter templates to protect your most valuable business assets. What if these agreements are counter to your work culture or impede your recruitment efforts? Luckily, there are still measures you can take to protect your trade secrets, confidential information and your customer relationships. Click on the link below to view the video.

Warner Employment News From the Law Shanty

 Look for additional Warner podcast recordings in the near future from Steve Palazzolo’s podcast “Warner Employment News From the Law Shanty.”

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