Readers of this blog will no doubt notice (in posts here, here, here and here, for example) that my passion for employment law is matched only by my love of the New York Yankees. (I leave to others to debate whether that is a character flaw; Red Sox fans need not chime
Appellate Court Enforces Non-Solicitation Agreement Even When Clause Misses Operative Language
By Daniel Schwartz on
Posted in Human Resources (HR) Compliance, Litigation
Suppose you’ve drafted a fairly lengthy agreement entitled "Employment, Non-Solicitation, and Confidentiality Agreement" for an employee to sign. And suppose that among the provisions is a paragraph entitled "Agreement Not to Solicit". And now suppose that the language details various items that the employee is prohibited from doing.
What’s the issue, you may ask? Well…