Business and Employment Litigation partner Richard Schoenstein and Labor partner and Restrictive Covenant practice co-chair David Kleinmann published an article, “Restrictive Covenants: Looking Beyond the Criticism,” for Law360. In the article, the authors note that while restrictive covenants have recently come under harsh criticism, there are many benefits to employers in utilizing them. They point out that restrictive covenants, including noncompete provisions, can be utilized and enforced while maintaining the delicate balance between an employee’s right to work and an employer’s right to protect its business. They further explore the different types of restrictive covenants, how to enforce them and when to use them. Read the full article.
|Kleinmann, David N. Partner and Co-Chair of Restrictive Covenant Practice||Partner and Co-Chair of Restrictive Covenant Practice||212.216.1115|
|Schoenstein, Richard C. Partner and Co-Chair of Securities and Financial Services Litigation Group||Partner and Co-Chair of Securities and Financial Services Litigation Group||212.216.1120|