Restrictive Covenant Agreements

In an attempt to protect their business interests, employers frequently require employees to sign restrictive covenant agreements that impose post-employment contractual obligations on them, such as non-compete, non-solicitation, and confidentiality obligations.

Generally speaking, restrictive covenants prohibit employees from competing against the employer for a certain period of time following the termination of their employment, prohibit employees from soliciting the employer’s customers or employees for a certain period of time following the termination of their employment, and prohibit departing employees from disclosing the employer’s trade secrets and/or confidential and proprietary information.

It is important for employees to understand their post-employment contractual obligations.

The Law Office of Frank A. Custode, LLC assists employees with the review and negotiation of restrictive covenant agreements, and represents clients in litigation regarding restrictive covenant agreements.