Enforcing Non Compete Agreements | Tampa | St Pete

Model Template for Non-Compete, Non-Solicit, and Non-Disclosure & Related Provisions

The link below provides a model restrictive covenant agreement that includes sample non-compete, non-solicit, and non-disclosure provisions. The agreement is provided in response to regularly receiving requests from clients and others to review a model restrictive covenant agreement. While any model agreement likely has room for improvement, this version is substantially better than most in terms of the scope and depth of issues addressed.

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Enforcing Non-Compete Agreements in Florida

Non-Compete Disputes – Best Practices for Enforcing Non-Compete Agreements

Businesses typically fail in attempting to enforce a non-compete or non-solicit agreement for one of two reasons: (i) on the front end, the agreement was poorly drafted; or (ii) on the backend, the business did not take the proper steps to enforce the agreement when it learned of potentially unlawful behavior. This article, Part II in a three-part series, focuses on best practices with respect to the steps to take to enforce non-compete and non-solicit agreements.

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Healthcare Industry Non-Compete Agreements in St Pete/Tampa Florida

Florida Supreme Court Provides Clarity on Healthcare Industry Non-Compete Agreements

Last week, the Florida Supreme Court, in White v. Mederi Caretenders Visiting Servs. of Se. Florida, LLC, issued a decision on two consolidated cases that addressed enforcement of non-compete agreements by home healthcare companies against their former marketing employees.

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Enforcing Non Compete Agreements | Tampa | St Pete

Non-Compete Fights – Part I: Take the Boilerplate Seriously

For every story of an employer successfully enforcing a non-compete agreement against a former employee, there is one of an employer losing – and wasting tens of thousands of dollars in the process. A non-compete case typically goes south for an employer for one of two reasons: (i) the non-compete agreement was poorly drafted; or (ii) the employer did not take the proper steps to enforce the non-compete.

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