Changes to Restrictive Covenants in Colorado
By Kevin M. Mosher • Aug 11, 2022
Lately, states have not been as cautious regarding limitations imposed on employers seeking to restrict employees from competing with them after the end of their employment. The most recent states have been Illinois, California, Washington, and Oklahoma. Now, Colorado has passed new laws that similarly limit the use and scope of non-compete agreements.
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