Non-compete and non-solicitation agreements can seem daunting, and particularly challenging because enforcement of such agreements is very state specific. Wolters Kluwer’s Covenants Not to Compete Compare SmartChart addresses this growing pain point by allowing users to instantly compare the non-compete rules and case law across all 50 states — in three quick and easy steps!
Authored by employment law expert Mark R. Filipp, J.D., Covenants Not to Compete Compare SmartChart is a unique comparison tool, arranged alphabetically by topic, subtopic, and then by state to streamline research on this important issue. Within each state, an overview of the current state of the law is presented first. Links to on-point cases, laws, and regulations are provided when available. The most recent cases are provided first for each issue so users can quickly see the latest decisions in this rapidly evolving, state-driven area of employment law.
- State-Specific Overview (discussion of case precedents and recent legislation)
- Covenants Ancillary to Employment Contracts
- Covenants Ancillary to Other Types of Contracts
- Court Modification of Covenants
Easy as 1-2-3!
- Select your topic(s)
- Select your jurisdiction(s)
- Click on “Results” and everything is organized in an easy-to-view chart matrix format for each state. You can now read, save, print, email, or export your results.
Covenants Not to Compete, Fifth Edition
Covenants Not to Compete, by Mark R. Filipp, fully explores legal principles for forming, drafting and implementing sound non-competition agreements. This is the must-have authority on how to draft and interpret a covenant not to compete clause.
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