Litigation partner Rich Schoenstein authored an article for the New York Law Journal’s special Litigation report titled, "The Workforce Mobility Act: The Wrong Solution For Non-Compete Litigation.” In the article, which appeared online on July 13 and in print on July 16, Rich explores the litigation aspects of restrictive covenants and the potential implications and difficulties of enforcing the proposed Workforce Mobility Act of 2018 (WMA). Rich notes, "While there are valid objections to non-competes restricting low-level employees, the more traditional use of non-competes to protect businesses are still appropriate and should not be eliminated. Moreover, the WMA leaves many open questions that could result in further litigation for years to come.”
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|Schoenstein, Richard C. Partner, Co-Head of Securities and Financial Services Litigation Group||Partner, Co-Head of Securities and Financial Services Litigation Group||212.216.1120|