The scope of enforcement of NJ non-compete agreements involves the analysis of many factors, and the Court's decision often is made based upon the relative equities and fairness to the parties. For example, a downsized employee will have a much better chance of reducing the scope of an agreement than an employee who quits to go work for a direct competitor.
There are many different ways of handling non-compete situations and as a top employment law firm, Schorr & Associates has successfully assisted hundreds of employees in reducing or eliminating their non-compete problems. Very often, a post-termination non-compete dispute can also end in an agreement for additional severance pay. Alan H. Schorr, a Certified Civil Trial Attorney, can provide you with solutions to these all too common problems. Please call or e-mail now for a free initial telephone consultation.