Employers use confidentiality, non-competition, and non-solicitation agreements to prevent and combat the damage former employees can set in motion. F&E drafts these restrictive covenants and enforces them—whether through negotiation, arbitration, or preliminary and permanent injunctions in state and federal courts. We also represent employers in fights to invalidate overly broad restrictive covenants that hamper their efforts to onboard new hires and defend our clients against claims of tortious interference and unfair competition.
Creating enforceable agreements that align with our clients’ business goals are imperative. F&E’s employment lawyers collaborate with clients to carefully identify categories of business-critical information and weigh other factors so that the resulting contracts will stand up in court.
With extensive experience litigating such agreements on behalf of both employer and employee clients, F&E provides reliable, practical advice on the scope and enforceability of such agreements.