Stopping Employees from Breaching Non-Competes and Non-Solicits Through Injunctions

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By Joseph G. Ballstaedt 801-365-1021 [email protected] After a Utah employee leaves his or her employer and breaches a non-compete agreement by working for a competitor, or he or she breaches a non-solicitation agreement by soliciting customers or employees of the former employer, can that employer stop the employee from continuing to engage in this conduct? Read More

Are Non-Competition Agreements in Idaho Enforceable?

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By Joseph G. Ballstaedt 801-365-1021 [email protected] In Idaho, a non-competition agreement is an agreement between an employer and an employee that prohibits the employee, after the employment relationship ends, from engaging in employment or a line of business that directly competes with the employer. Non-competition agreements generally prohibit employees from selling or offering to sell Read More

Restrictive Covenants: When Non-Compliance Might Be Acceptable

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By Joseph G. Ballstaedt 801-365-1021 [email protected] A property owner cannot build on and use his property in any way that he chooses. He must follow any applicable state and city laws and ordinances and obtain the required permits and approvals, of course. He must also be mindful of—and follow—any restrictive covenants that pertain to the Read More