Freehold Restrictive Covenants Attorneys
Representing Both Employers and Employees
Are you in a dispute with your former employer over a restrictive covenant? Is your former employer suing you for competing against the business, sharing trade secrets soliciting their clients, or disclosing confidential information? The experienced employment litigation lawyers of Sonnenblick, Parker & Selvers, P.C., can help you.
Since 1977, our Freehold, New Jersey, restrictive covenant lawyers have provided skilled representation to plaintiffs and defendants in Monmouth, Ocean, Middlesex, and Mercer counties. Contact our law firm to discuss your case with one of our veteran employment and commercial litigators, Jerome Selvers.
Monmouth County Lawyers: Non-Compete Agreements and Other Restrictive Covenants
Restrictive covenants are used by employers to keep former employees from sharing proprietary information, competing with their business or soliciting their clients. The attorneys of Sonnenblick, Parker & Selvers, P.C., represent clients in litigation concerning all types of restrictive covenants:
- Non-compete agreements can limit your ability to work in a certain profession within a specific geographic area.
- Confidentiality agreements are used to keep former employees from sharing proprietary and confidential information as well as trade secrets.
- Agreements prohibiting client solicitation can keep a former employee from soliciting business from the employer’s clients.
For a restrictive covenant to be enforceable, it must be reasonable. What is reasonable will depend on the specific facts of your case and the type of restrictive covenant in question. Our employment law attorneys are adept at reviewing contracts and can provide you with an assessment of your case.
Contact Sonnenblick, Parker & Selvers for proven representation in cases involving restrictive covenants and in other areas of employment law.