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What Does Biden’s Non-Compete Executive Order Do?
What Does Biden’s Non-Compete Executive Order Do?

President Biden recently received news coverage for targeting non-compete agreements (for example, in the New York Times ). As a result of the media buzz, I have been asked if President Biden banned non-compete agreements. While the short answer is “no,” President Biden’s ...

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Blog posts in Non-compete

  • Illinois Passes Comprehensive, Bipartisan Non-Compete Legislation

    The Illinois General Assembly just passed a new law that will significantly improve employee mobility and provide clarity for Illinois businesses. The ...

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  • Comprehensive, Bipartisan Non-Compete Legislation Introduced in the Illinois General Assembly

    Representatives Kelly Burke (D) and Dan Ugaste (R) are co-sponsoring Illinois House Bill 3066 , which Senator Mattie Hunter (D) introduced as Senate ...

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  • Mergers and Acquisitions: What Do They Mean for Your Non-Compete Clause?

    Employers implement restrictive covenants, such as non-compete clauses and non-solicitation clauses, in order to protect the hard work they put into ...

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  • Good Counsel Means Good Outcomes in Non-Compete Litigation

    I’ve read McInnis v. OAG Motorcycle Ventures, Inc. , several times since the 2015 decision was handed down by an Illinois appellate court. I reviewed ...

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  • An Illinois Appellate Court Confirms The Two-Year Rule For Non-Compete Agreements

    Two-Year Rule for Non-Compete Agreements in Illinois The Illinois Appellate Court ruled that a non-compete clause is invalid unless an employee works ...

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  • Non-Solicitation and Non-Competition Clauses: What's the Difference?

    Restrictive covenants in employment contracts are becoming more and more common. “Restrictive covenants” typically limit an employee’s ability to ...

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