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Non-Compete and Non-Solicit Provisions

A restrictive covenant is an agreement between an employer and employee that prohibits the employee from working with competitors during the course of their employment and for a time period following termination of employment.  It also prevents the employee from soliciting clients, employees, or customers of the former employer.  If an employer believes that the employee has broken this agreement, they can sue the employee for breach of contract, which could result in a trial.

Sidney L. Gold & Associates has years of experience helping clients with non-compete and non-solicit provision disputes.  Whether you are an employee accused of breaching a non-compete or non-solicit provision, or an employer bringing suit against an employee, Sidney L. Gold can help you avoid arbitration and litigation, or represent you in litigation.  Our goal is to help the client achieve the best professional and personal outcome.

For more information on non-compete and non-solicit provisions, contact the Philadelphia employment law firm of Sidney L. Gold & Associates at 215-569-1999, or fill out our online contact form.

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A Message to Our Clients About Coronavirus COVID-19:

At Sidney L. Gold & Associates, P.C. we view the safety and well-being of our clients, staff and business partners as our highest priority.

The situation regarding the COVID-19 virus is continually changing, and we are following all recommended guidelines to stay healthy.

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