Latest Non-Competition Agreement News (2 Responses)

I heard on the radio that there was some movement on limiting non-competes in Massachusetts – is that still likely to happen? The description sounded like very weak sauce – restricting to “only” a year, for example. In my opinion if we want to compete with silicon valley for innovation, we should be at least matching California’s position here (just ban em completely) and maybe pushing even further (also ban non-solicits? haven’t really thought this through).

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