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2021 Non-Compete Recap: What Illinois Businesses Need to Know
2021 Non-Compete Recap: What Illinois Businesses Need to Know

In 2021, two significant events took place that impact Illinois businesses and involve non-compete agreements: Illinois passed a new law that reforms non-compete litigation in the form of amendments to the Freedom to Work Act , and President Biden signed an Executive Order ...

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