Monthly Archives: September 2013

Restraint of Trade Clauses in Employment Agreements

A restraint of trade clause in an employment agreement may be used to prevent an employee competing with an employer, and be used to restrict an employee from soliciting an employer’s clients, suppliers and employees.

Without a clause expressly setting out the terms of restraint, an employee is generally free to work for a competitor, or
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