Though covenants not to compete are generally void and unenforceable, California’s prohibition on restrictive covenants is not absolute. Join Stephen Tedesco for a discussion of California law regarding non-competition provisions and alternatives available for protecting business interests when former employees leave to work for competitors.
- What are Covenants Not to Compete and why are they banned in California
- Exceptions to California’s ban on non-competition agreements
- The “trade secret exception”
- Jurisdictional conflicts
- Alternatives to non-competition agreements for protecting confidential agreements
This is an intermediate level program and some prior employment law experience is assumed.