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  • To Be Valid, a Non-Compete Agreement Generally Needs These Three Elements
    To Be Valid, a Non-Compete Agreement Generally Needs These Three Elements

    Non-competition agreements require the following three elements to be considered valid: It must be supported by some form of consideration when it is signed. In exchange for signing the agreement, an ...

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  • Latest Non-Compete Decision Favors Employees Over Employers
    Latest Non-Compete Decision Favors Employees Over Employers

    Judge Salinger, sitting in the Suffolk Superior Court, issued a decision on March 30, 2017 on a non-compete case that is favorable to employees who are looking to get out from under a non-compete ...

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  • Public Information Cannot Be Considered Confidential
    Public Information Cannot Be Considered Confidential

    Cynosure, a company that manufactures high end laser and light based systems for minimally invasive medical procedures moved for preliminary injunction against three former employees, Spencer Detter, ...

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  • An Employee's Duty of Loyalty
    An Employee's Duty of Loyalty

    Massachusetts’ courts recognize that non-competition agreements can be valid under the right terms. However, many employees are not aware that they may owe a duty of loyalty to their employer even if ...

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