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FTC Prepares to Ban Non-Competes

Are you bound by a non-compete agreement? You will be glad to learn that the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) plans to ban non-competes.  To learn about the proposed FTC rule, please read our article that follows. At Gardner Employment Law,

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You can be a whistleblower with a qui tam claim.

Asserting a Qui Tam Claim

Did you know you can obtain high rewards if you have evidence of fraud against the government by your employer? By asserting a qui tam claim, whistleblowers can take a stand with government protection. Gardner Employment Law can give you

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Non-competes can restrict the geographical area you work in

How is a Non-Compete Geographical Area Determined?

How can you determine whether your non-compete restricts where you work? With online work, the geographical area restriction may be different. Gardner Employment Law analyzes non-compete restrictions and helps clients know their limitations. Armed with knowledge, you can make better

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Are unwritten policies enforceable? There are several factors you must consider.

Are Unwritten Policies Enforceable?

Are unwritten policies enforceable at your company? There are several factors you must consider to know the enforceability of policies, contracts, or work rules at your workplace. At Gardner Employment Law, we know all the details about contracts and company

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