COVENANTS NOT TO COMPETE, NON-COMPETE AGREEMENTS, AND NON-SOLICITATION AGREEMENTS
Attorneys Jon-Bernard Schwartz and Liz Branning represent employers in enforcing non-competes and non-solicitation agreements. They also represent employees in determining whether these same agreements are enforceable and defending these employees when they are sued by their employers. Oftentimes, an employer will use a non-compete and non-solicitation agreement that simply is not enforceable under Texas law—Jon and Liz know how to handle such issues, whether they are representing the employee or the employer.
Jon and Liz can help you with:
- Obtaining and defending against temporary restraining orders and injunctions
- Defending your rights as an employer if a former employee is violating your non-compete and non-solicitation agreement
- Defending your rights if you have been sued by a former employer for violating a non-compete and non-solicitation agreement
- Helping employers to draft enforceable non-compete and non-solicitation agreements
We draft agreements that protect our clients from unfair business practices across all types of industries.
CONTACT US TO DISCUSS NON-COMPETE OR SOLICITATION AGREEMENTS WITH AN EXPERIENCED BUSINESS ATTORNEY
For legal counsel concerning covenants not to compete, non-compete agreements or non-solicitation agreements, contact our law firm online or by telephone at 214-347-8568 to set up an initial consultation.