This case summary was prepared by Patrick Wooding.
Noncompete agreements have become a routine feature of employment contracting in many jurisdictions. Each of the states has adopted a subtly different approach toward the enforcement of noncompete agreements and other restrictive covenants. Some states, like California, hold nearly all noncompete agreements to be void ab initio. Others, like Delaware, have traditionally enforced such agreements.
As Berger Harris continues to weather the onslaught of COVID-19 and the resulting disruptions to the financial and business sectors, our thoughts are first-and-foremost with our families, co-workers, colleagues, friends and communities. We hope that all of you remain safe and healthy during these uncertain times.
As we endure the current lockdown, we thought it might be helpful to communicate a few of the legal issues that are top-of-mind at Berger Harris from a Delaware corporate and commercial litigation perspective:
Cross-posted at BergerHarris.com
In Town and City magazine, a publication of the New Hampshire Municipal Association, Chris Stevenson analyzes recent developments concerning the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (colloquially known as “Obamacare”) and their effects on municipal and county governments: