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Epstein Becker Green Launches 50-State Noncompete Survey for Employers

Epstein Becker Green (EBG) is pleased to announce the launch of our 50-State Noncompete Survey, designed to give employers a desktop guide to the great variety and specificity of noncompete laws across the United States. EBG’s 50-State Noncompete Survey is here to help provide key insights on all of the following areas of noncompete law

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Ethical Issues for Attorneys Regarding Restrictive Covenants

our colleagues Peter A. Steinmeyer, Erik W. Weibustand Angel A. Perez co-authored an article in Thomson Reuters Practical Law’s The Journalentitled “Restrictive Covenants: Ethical Issues for Attorneys.” Following is an excerpt: Companies across the US commonly use non-compete agreements and other restrictive covenants to protect the company’s legitimate business interests. These agreements are used with

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