Bloomberg Law
Aug. 19, 2021, 9:00 AM

ANALYSIS: 5 Things to Consider Before Suing Over a Noncompete

Emily Halliday
Emily Halliday
Legal Analyst

Imagine you work as in-house counsel at a booming technology company. As you sip your morning coffee, a high-priority email from HR pops into your inbox. It contains a screenshot from LinkedIn and an alarming update: a former employee just joined a new tech startup down the road. The email includes a copy of the employee’s noncompete agreement and a request that you take immediate action to stop the employee from violating the agreement.

You know noncompete litigation can be high-stakes, and you know it can move fast. But before you rush to the courthouse, consider the following five questions ...

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