In recent years, it has become quite common for surgeons to become part owners of free-standing ambulatory surgery centers in Texas. Often, their purchase of the ownership comes with the strings attached – a requirement that they perform a certain number of surgeries at that particular ACS and that they do not compete with the ACS within a certain geographic radius.
While helping hundreds of companies to enforce their non-compete agreements and advising many employees on how to get out of them, I noticed that most companies make the same mistakes when it comes to drafting and enforcing their non-compete agreements. Here are the top ten.
The old saying “ignorance is bliss” may be true in many situations, but not when it comes to non-compete agreements in Texas. Over the years,
On Tuesday, the White House issued a call to action to state policymakers to do the following: 1. Ban non-compete clauses for categories of workers,
Employees take their employers’ trade secrets all the time. It’s a fact of life. No matter what systems an employer has in place, sooner or
Many employees sign non-compete agreements without giving it a second thought, but then a time comes when the company starts slumping, they get a new