“Hope for the best, but plan for the worst” should be every employer’s motto in handling the departure of employees. While most will leave without
Tag: non-compete agreement
Client Non-Solicitation Agreements for Hair Salons, Med Spas, and Others in the Beauty Industry: Writing and Enforcing Them (Part I)
A good non-solicitation and confidentiality agreement, combined with other key provisions, and smart business practices, can deter client poaching and preserve the relationship between the salon and its clients even in the face of its employees’ departure.
An Employee Violating a Non-Compete Agreement? Ask the Court to Extend The Term
The days of corporate loyalty are long gone. In today’s culture, the only thing that can prevent an employee from poaching its former employer’s clients
Non-Compete Agreements in Texas: The Devil is in the Details
Last week, the Fifth Court of Appeals of Texas in U.S. Risk Insurance Group, Inc. et al. v. Woods reminded us again that a non-competition agreement must be reasonable and
Why Adding an Arbitration Clause to a Non-Compete Agreement Is a Good Idea.
In Nitro-Lift Techs., L.L.C. v. Eddie Lee Howard, et al., the U.S. Supreme Court once again expressed its strong support of the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA), in finding that