Month: January 2014

Many individuals blindly sign employment contracts so that they can get back to work and generate income as quickly as possible. This is especially true when jobs are scarce and the economy is struggling. In doing so, these individuals may overlook important provisions that could have negative consequences for them down the road. One such provision is the “covenant not to compete.” A covenant not to compete is a promise by an employee to its employer that continues beyond the time the employee has his or her job. Typical covenants not to compete prohibit the […]