Non-Competition & Non-Solicitation Disputes

The Labor and Employment attorneys at Mickes O’Toole have significant experience in both drafting contractual provisions governing trade secrets, non-solicitation and non-competition, and providing ongoing consultation to employers and employees concerning their rights and obligations with respect to customers, suppliers and trade secrets under existing contracts.

Our practice also includes litigating disputes arising under non-competition and non-solicitation provisions in employment and other contracts. These cases involve specific contractual prohibitions on competition, prohibitions on solicitation of customers or current employees, prohibitions against using trade secrets, and also unfair competition principles. Our attorneys routinely seek or defend applications for injunctions and other extraordinary remedies in handling these matters.

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