Last month, a group of bipartisan senators introduced the Deter Cyber Theft Act (S. 884, a copy of which is embedded below)....more
So far, 2013 has been active for proposed non-compete legislation.
At the beginning of any calendar year, it's not surprising to see a number of bills introduced in state assemblies or legislatures - many of which have...more
In January, I discussed Maryland's proposed Senate Bill 51, which (if passed) would ban certain non-compete agreements if an employee was deemed eligible to receive unemployment benefits....more
As readers of this blog may know, a few years ago I drafted Illinois' proposed Covenants Not to Compete Act.
Several legislators had determined, at that time, that a bill was necessary to regulate the use and...more
About a month ago, a proposed bill was introduced in the Minnesota House of Representatives that would dramatically impact non-compete law in that state.
What do Michigan and New Hampshire have in common, besides being two more states Mitt Romney couldn't carry?
They have proposed or enacted legislation that restricts the use of so-called "afterthought" non-competes. This...more