Atterberry and Lanciloti Write About Best Practices for Protecting a Company through Noncompete, Nonsolicitation and Confidentiality Agreements

Noncompete, nonsolicitation and confidentiality agreements are essential tools for protecting a business’s customer relationships, goodwill and proprietary information. Rachel E. A. Atterberry and Daniel F. Lanciloti, members of the Litigation Practice Group, write about best practices for developing, executing and enforcing these agreements, as well cover situations that could inadvertently void those agreements, in the article "Are Your Noncompete, Nonsolicitation, and Confidentiality Agreements Really Protecting Your Company?" The piece was published in the winter 2016 issue of Employment Relations Today

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