Non-Compete Agreement Dispute Attorney
What Are Non-Compete Agreements?
Non-compete agreements typically prevent an employee from working for a competing company for one to two years after leaving their employer. Sometimes these agreements have a geographic focus – for example, preventing you form working for a competitor within a specific geographic focus. Employees at all levels of a company – key executives, sales representatives and technical employees – may be asked to sign noncompete agreements.
Noncompete agreements allow employers to protect their customer relationships, marketing strategy and trade secrets from competitors. However, when these agreements go too far, they can interfere with an employee’s ability to earn a living.
If you are involved in a dispute with your former employer over the terms of your noncompete agreement, employment law attorney can analyze the facts of your situation and advise you of your rights and obligations under the agreement.
We protect the rights of employees in West Palm Beach, Miami and Fort Lauderdale and throughout the state of Florida who are subject to noncompete agreements. For a free consultation, call 888-993-4611 or fill out the contact form on this website.
Breach Of Non-Compete Agreements
While there are legitimate business reasons to ask some employees to sign a noncompete agreement, these agreements can be overreaching and overly restrictive. In these cases, there may be a way to challenge the agreement in court.
Attorney will also evaluate the reasons your employment ended with your employer to determine if you have possible claims against your employer, such as discrimination.
Contact A Florida Employment Attorney
We never charge for a consultation, and we invite you to call us if your employer is unfairly interfering with your ability to find work. To learn more about your legal options, call Boynton Beach non-compete agreement dispute lawyer William M. Julien at 561-560-5597 (888-993-4611 toll-free) or send us an email.