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New California Law Potentially Impacts Other States’ Non-Compete Agreements

California has updated its non-competition law to give employees more freedom to work with competitors. This means that any agreements that restrict someone from working with a competitor in California are now invalid, except in limited cases.

By |2024-02-13T08:59:08-06:00February 13, 2024|Employment Law, Business Law|

The Proposed “Workforce Mobility Act of 2023” and Non-Compete Agreements

  In the proposed “Workforce Mobility Act of 2023,” another attempt has been made to ban non-compete agreements.   The Proposed "Workforce Mobility Act of 2023" A bipartisan group of U.S. senators introduced the "Workforce Mobility Act of 2023 " [...]

By |2023-02-28T12:36:56-06:00February 28, 2023|Employment Law, Business Law|

Risk Assessment and Arbitration – SCOTUS to Review Coinbase v. Bielski

The Supreme Court will decide if cases are stayed during arbitration appeals; companies' risk assessments should consider this decision. The Supreme Court granted certiorari in a case that has serious implications for companies that are unsuccessful in enforcing arbitration [...]

By |2022-12-28T14:05:11-06:00December 28, 2022|Commercial Litigation, Business Law|
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