Protecting Your Business

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It is time for the Fall Helsell Fetterman Employment Law Breakfast

Non-compete clauses are becoming more commonplace at every level, but are they becoming more enforceable? The Seattle Times raised this very issue yesterday in Danny Westneat’s article.

If protecting your business means you have or are thinking about inserting noncompete clauses in your employment or other employee agreements, you will want to consider the latest thinking and developments in enforceability of these agreemetns.  Join us on Tuesday, November 18th as we discuss protecting your business as one of our three topic issues.  RSVP here.

About the Authors

Karen Kalzer

Ms. Kalzer practices employment and education law with an emphasis on defending complex litigation for communities of faith, non-profits, schools and private employers.

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