Buyout Agreements and Restrictive Covenants Attorney
A non compete agreement is a restrictive covenant that seeks to prohibit the employee from working for a competitor within the company’s industry for a certain amount of time. A non-solicitation agreement is a restrictive covenant that does not seek to prohibit the employee from working in the industry, but instead seeks to prohibit the employee from rendering or soliciting to render services to company customers for a certain amount of time. Cases involving restrictive covenants typically revolved around the enforceability of the non compete or non-solicitation agreement. Pennsylvania law will only enforce those restrictive covenants that it deems “reasonable” (i.e., agreements that do not impose unreasonable geographical limitations or remain in effect for unreasonable amounts of time). PA buyout agreement Attorney Jonathan S. Comitz has litigated restrictive covenant cases in both state and federal court, and he is very familiar with the issues and risks on both sides of the courtroom. His experience with negotiating and drafting employment contracts for companies makes him a strong advocate for both business and individual clients in cases involving restrictive covenants.
At Comitz Law Firm, LLC, we know that the enforceability of restrictive covenants has become a major legal issue for U.S. employers and employees in recent years. Whether your goal is to protect your business or your personal right to earn a living, our staff will advocate tirelessly on your behalf to help you reach a timely and favorable resolution. Call us today for a free consultation and let us put our business expertise to work for you.