New York's Post-Employment Restrictions Limit Mobility

, New York Law Journal


In her Employees in the Workplace column, Wendi S. Lazar of Outten & Golden, discusses the prospect of New York adopting California's zero tolerance approach to noncompetes in the technology industry, and writes: It is difficult to overstate the potential economic benefits of such a move—an outright ban on noncompetes in New York could, as it has in California, result in more patenting, more start-ups, and more high-income jobs.

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