NON-COMPETE AGREEMENTS2021-03-31T07:52:53-05:00

Non-Compete Agreements

Employers are well within their rights to protect their interests by regulating employees’ activities through non-compete agreements and non-disclosure agreements. While lawyers who represent employees may be quick to assert that such agreements are unenforceable, a skilled attorney can help to ensure that they are honored and the employer’s business interests protected.

Bennett, Weston, LaJone & Turner, P.C., in Dallas, Texas, provides dedicated representation to business owners and employers in a broad range of legal matters related to creating and enforcing non-compete and non-disclosure agreements. The firm’s strategic approach to formulating these agreements is specifically designed to protect employers against acts of collusion, theft of trade secrets or other detrimental actions by current or former employees.

Protecting Texas Employers’ Business Interests
The firm’s business law attorneys draft agreements using language that is as ironclad as possible in their non-compete and non-disclosure agreements. The expectations of the employee are made clear, and every effort is made to ensure that there is no room for interpretation in the event of a dispute.

When disputes arise over a non-compete or non-disclosure agreement, the firm presents the most compelling possible argument to support its enforcement. Even if the original agreement was drafted and executed by another firm, the attorneys at Bennett, Weston, LaJone & Turner, P.C., utilize their extensive contract interpretation and litigation skills to assist employers.

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Your initial consultation will last 1 – 2 hours & will cost $200 – $500.

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