NONCOMPETE & NONDISCLOSURE AGREEMENTS
Disputes Arising Out of Restrictive Covenants
If you have received a cease and desist order or a lawsuit has been filed against you for violation of a noncompete or nondisclosure agreement in central or northern California, it is vitally important to secure experienced legal representation immediately.
The Sacramento law firm of Perkins Asbill represents executives and other employees facing civil actions relating to alleged violations of noncompete and nondisclosure agreements or other aspects of an employment contract. Contact us today to schedule an informative and confidential consultation.
More About Noncompete and Nondisclosure Agreements
The California Supreme Court has limited employers’ ability to have noncompete agreements. This affects the ability of sales representatives and executives to benefit from the close client contacts they have developed while employed in a former position.
Some executives are in a position to mold their own employment contracts. These executives are in a rare and somewhat enviable position. The attorneys of Perkins Asbill can help upper-level executives negotiate the terms of noncompete and nondisclosure agreements as part of an overall executive compensation package.
Our Experience Could be Vital in Helping You Avoid Missed Opportunities
The bulk of the work we do in this area involves the review and interpretation of existing noncompete and nondisclosure agreements in order to provide clients with a thorough understanding of their rights, obligations, and opportunities in pursuing new business activities related to their former employment.
An experienced employment lawyer at Perkins Asbill will meet with you to review any noncompete or nondisclosure agreement or any other restrictive covenant. With more than 30 years of employment law experience, our lawyers know how to work through the intricacies of the California Labor Code, the federal Fair Labor Standards Act and other applicable law. To get started, arrange a confidential consultation by calling (916) 446-2000.