Non-compete agreements are increasingly more common in today’s competitive business environment.
Non-compete agreements, confidentiality and other restrictive covenants are a great tool for protecting trade secrets, customer lists, and other sensitive information, but only if the agreement is enforceable in a court of law. The issue of enforceability of non-compete agreements is a complex legal question that is the subject of much business litigation. If you are party to a non-compete or confidentiality agreement – whether as an employee or employer – it is helpful to consult with a knowledgeable business litigation attorney like the Hinsdale business litigation attorneys at Lubin Austermuehle. We have represented employees and employers throughout DuPage, Cook, Kane and Lake Counties in non-compete litigation including representing large public corporations and high level executives in lawsuits arising from non-compete agreements. We also draft non-compete and confidentiality agreements for our corporate clients.
Contact our office at (833) 306-4933 to schedule an appointment with one of our Wheaton commercial litigation attorneys to discuss the enforceability of your non-compete agreement.
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Non-Compete Agreements 101: Consideration and Undue Hardship – PolyOne Corp. v. Barnett
Business Owners Beware, Make Sure Your Employment Agreements are Clearly Written and Reasonable
Consideration in Illinois Noncompete Agreements: How Much Is Enough? LKQ Corporation v. Thrasher
How to Use Non-Competes to Protect Sensitive Business Information