Tampa and St Pete, FL Non Compete Lawyer - Will Cantrell


Cantrell PLLC is a law firm that handles significant disputes and class actions, focusing on unfair competition and trade practices. The attorneys at Cantrell PLLC are highly qualified, credentialed and experienced. As a firm hallmark we prepare a detailed strategy for each case upfront, always with an eye towards the client’s ultimate objective. We know every part of the cases we take on and do not lose sight of the “big picture.”


The firm often structures fee arrangements that emphasize risk-sharing and efficiency. Examples of fee arrangements include: fixed fees, contingency fees, and a wide range of customized fee arrangements, in addition to hourly billing. If you have a question regarding fee arrangements please contact us.


The extraordinary results obtained by our attorneys speak for themselves. Examples of just a few of the recent successes include:

  • Obtained preliminary injunction in federal court on behalf of a regional distributor against one of its former executives. The injunction prohibited access to or continued use of confidential information that was taken unlawfully from the company’s computer system.
  • Obtained a complete defense verdict for a national medical company in a three-day arbitration. The case involved a former sales executive who asserted race discrimination, defamation, and fraud claims, seeking more than $500,000. In response, the national medical company asserted a counter-claim against the executive for breach of fiduciary duty for attempting to create a competing medical company while still an employee. The arbitrator entered a verdict in favor of the medical company and ordered the former executive to pay the medical company’s attorneys’ fees and costs.
  • Obtained a complete defense verdict in favor of a Florida gaming company in a collective action where the plaintiff alleged that the inclusion of certain employees in a tip pool violated the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
  • Obtained settlement worth more than $100,000 on behalf of an individual asserting unpaid overtime claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and claims for unpaid commissions.