Merry Campbell quoted in What’s Working in Human Resources
August 18, 2015
Question: We’ve always had our executives sign a non-compete. Now our owner wants us to get lower-level employees to sign the same agreement. Are there any legal risks to doing that?
Answer: Keep in mind that to be enforceable in court, a restrictive covenant usually must be narrowly tailored to a protectable interest, says Meredith Campbell (firstname.lastname@example.org) co-chair, Employment and Labor Group at Shulman Rogers (ShulmanRogers.com).