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Laurent Drogin, David Kleinmann and Rich Schoenstein Author Article on the Enforcement of New York Non-Compete Agreements

May 1, 2018

Non-compete agreements generally are disfavored in New York, but courts will enforce them if they are reasonable in time, geographic scope and are intended to protect a company's "legitimate protectable interest(s)" as opposed to being simply anti-competitive. One question that has never been clearly answered is whether an employer's termination of an employee "without cause" will render a non-compete agreement unenforceable. In this article, Labor & Employment Chair Laurent Drogin and partner David Kleinmann, who are the co-chairs of the firm’s Restrictive Covenant practice, and Litigation partner Rich Schoenstein explore a significant decision handed down by the appellate court covering Manhattan and the Bronx impacting the enforcement of restrictive covenants. Read more: http://bit.ly/2HIW1m1.

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