Noncompete News: HB 173: Potential Sea Change to Georgia's Noncompete Law


On April 29, 2009, Governor Sonny Perdue signed House Bill 173 (HB 173), to amend Georgia law relating to the enforcement of employment contracts that restrict or prohibit competition. HB 173 becomes effective only if Georgia's voting public passes a corresponding amendment to the Georgia Constitution, allowing for the Georgia legislature to propound the new law.

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