Non-Competes — Drafting for Enforceability in the Internet Age (Part 1: Overview)
There are few cases directly addressing social media in the context of restrictive covenant litigation, but the limited case authority shows that the analyses of non-competes and similar provisions have evolved and are, increasingly informed by social media conduct. In Part 1 of this three-part Expert Insights series, Lawrence Brocchini (Partner, Reavis Page Jump LLP) describes the traditional standards for the enforceability of restrictive covenants in employment agreements, and sets the table for a deeper dive into how social media and other internet technologies impact these analyses and refine the standards for determining if restrictions are reasonable.
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