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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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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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When is a Non-Compete Time Period Unreasonable?

Do you have a non-compete time period that seems too long? Read more about when an unreasonably long time restriction renders a non-compete agreement unenforceable. At Gardner Employment Law, we study the fine print of non-competes so our clients can

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