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Merry Campbell quoted in What’s Working in Human Resources

August 18, 2015

Merry Campbell, Chair of the Shulman Rogers Employment and Labor Practice Group, was quoted in the August 18, 2015 issue of What’s Working in Human Resources.

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 ( co-chair, Employment and Labor Group at Shulman Rogers (

Read the August 18, 2015 issue at What’s Working in Human Resources.