Should I Still Use a Non-Compete Agreement?
By Kevin M. Mosher • Mar 7, 2022
Minnesota may be joining a growing number of states with laws restricting the enforceability of non-competes. The Minnesota House Labor, Industry, Veterans and Military Affair Finance and Policy Committee has approved House File 999 (HF999), a bill that restricts the enforceability of non-compete agreements for certain employees.
First, it is important to understand the basics of a non-compete agreement. A non-compete agreement is a legally binding contract, usually between an employee and employer, that restricts an employee’s ability to engage in work that directly competes with the employer.
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