Covenants Not to Compete and Non-Competition Agreements

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Written by New Jersey Covenant Not to Compete Attorney Fredrick P. Niemann, Esq. of Hanlon Niemann, Freehold, Monmouth County, New Jersey

If you own a business, chances are you’d rather not have competition.  Admit it, it’s true.  The attempt to use restrictive covenants to prevent someone from engaging in a competitive business has a long history.  Limited restraints on competition which are no broader than reasonably necessary and which do not materially or adversely affect the public interest are generally enforceable in New Jersey.

Restrictive covenants not to compete and non-competition agreements are most often used by employers with employees and upper-management personnel and purchaser(s) of NJ businesses to prevent a person or business from competing against them in the same industry, soliciting their customers or employees, or disclosing confidential information or trade secrets to competitors.

Restrictive covenants are also often fought over in the context of a failed or terminated employment relationship.

If your case involves an actual or potential covenant not to compete dispute in New Jersey and you would like to speak to an experienced attorney personally, call Fredrick P. Niemann toll free at 855-376-5291 or e-mail him at fniemann@hnlawfirm.com.  He will be happy to meet with you.

While committed to serving our client’s interests by seeking solutions and settlements that avoid protracted, contentious and expensive court proceedings, if faced with an unreasonable and/or confrontational adversary, Fredrick P. Niemann and the attorneys at Hanlon Niemann will not hesitate to try your case to conclusion before a judge and/or jury.