Employees: Legal Advice Regarding Non-Compete Agreements

Non-Compete Agreements (Representation of Employees and Former Employees)

Many employers require employees to enter into non-compete agreements as a condition of employment. Non-compete agreements intend to prevent individuals from competing with an employer after employment has ended.

In Florida, non-compete agreements can be enforceable, and can profoundly impact an individual’s ability to earn a livelihood after separating from an employer. For this reason, employees confronted with a non-compete agreement should seek legal counsel before signing. Regardless, non-compete agreements are not always enforced. There are a number of defenses to non-compete agreements available. Weldon & Rothman, PL regularly assists individuals in evaluating the enforceability of non-compete agreements, and provides representation to employees in litigation involving non-compete agreements.

If you would like to consult with us regarding a non-compete agreement, or if your employer has or intends to commence litigation to enforce a non-compete agreement, please call us to meet with an experienced attorney to discuss your situation.

Weldon & Rothman, PL

Toll Free: (877) 730-5180
E-mail: info@weldonrothman.com
www.WeldonRothman.com

About Weldon & Rothman, PL

WELDON & ROTHMAN, PL is a Southwest Florida law firm focused on Personal Injury, Labor and Employment Law, Whistle-blower Claims, and Civil Litigation. The attorneys are experienced counselors at law and meet directly with their clients. Attorney Richard Weldon is AV Preeminent rated by Martindale-Hubbell. Attorney Bradley Rothman is Board Certified by The Florida Bar in the area of Labor & Employment Law and is AV Preeminent rated by Martindale-Hubbell.
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