John Paul Nefflen

John Paul Nefflen

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Continued Employment is Enough for a Severance Agreement

Here’s one where the tables were turned. Former employees often argue that a non-compete agreement is unenforceable because there was inadequate “consideration.” Consideration is the exchange parties to a contract make, what...more

2/10/2016 - Commercial Contracts Hiring & Firing Non-Compete Agreements Severance Agreements

Labor And Employment E-Note - November 2015

A little-noticed provision in the federal Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 calls for OSHA to increase its penalties to adjust for inflation for the first time since 1990... Please see full E-Note below for more...more

11/30/2015 - Arbitration FMLA NLRB Non-Compete Agreements OSHA Penalties Same-Sex Marriage Unions Wage and Hour White-Collar Exemptions

Concerns Over Economic Growth Leads Some States To Limit Non-Compete Agreements

The Wall Street Journal recently reported a more than 60% rise in non-compete litigation over the past decade....more

8/21/2013 - Non-Compete Agreements

Analysis Of A Winning Argument For Enforcing A Non-Compete Agreement At The Preliminary Injunction Stage

On December 18, 2012, the United States District Court for the Western District of Tennessee entered an Order granting an employer’s application for a preliminary injunction preventing its former employees from soliciting the...more

2/13/2013 - Non-Compete Agreements Non-Solicitation Agreements Preliminary Injunctions Public Interest

United Health Services Wins $6.9 Million Verdict In Non-Compete Claim Against Acadia Healthcare

On December 22, 2012, ModernHealthcare.com reported that United Health Services (“UHS”), based in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, won a $6.89 million jury verdict against Acadia Healthcare (“Acadia”), a healthcare company...more

1/2/2013 - Misappropriation Non-Compete Agreements Trade Secrets

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