Non-Competes Must Balance Employer/Employee Interests
Wendi S. Lazar has written one of the most thought-provoking analyses of the economic policy impact of New York noncompete law I've seen in the two decades I've been practicing in this area ("New York's Post-Employment Restrictions Limit Mobility," March 31). Those of us who litigate noncompetes would be wise to follow her example of thinking about the impact of our speciality on innovation and job growth in our region's economy.
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