"Does Your Partnership Agreement Violate the Rules of Professional Conduct," Law Firm Partnership & Benefits Report
February 1, 2009 – Publications / Mentions
Timothy J. Dacey
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In many industries, non-competition provisions are a typical feature of employment contracts and partnership agreements. Courts will usually enforce such provisions if they protect a legitimate interest of employer and are reasonable in scope, time and geographic area. Does you partnership agreement violate the rules of professional conduct?
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