The state Senate reached a compromise agreement on non-competes, but the House did not join the agreement.
From the Senate President’s office: a press release about its legislation promoting economic development and providing incentives to create jobs and stimulate the Commonwealth’s economy–including Will’s amendment on reforms to employment non-competition agreements–which now goes on to a House-Senate conference committee.
There appears to be some movement on the effort to cut back on the use of non-competition agreements in Massachusetts. This has been a long-term priority of mine. These agreements […]
News and resources on non-competition legislation Will’s 2013 Legislation Will’s 2012 legislation and Globe op-ed (with co-sponsor Lori Ehrlich) Browse older posts on non-competition legislation. Non-competes resource page (maintained by […]
Senator Brownsberger submitted the following written testimony to the Joint Committee on Labor and Workforce Development. TO: Joint Committee on Labor and Workforce Development FROM: Senator William N. Brownsberger […]
The Mass Technology Leadership Council is hosting an online poll on ideas to discuss with Gov. Patrick at their annual meeting. Please vote for noncompete reform! As of today, it’s […]