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Non-competition clauses in employment agreements: Create a non-Coercive Environment

Restrictive covenants limiting post-employment competition, commonly referred as “non-compete clauses”, have been a widely discussed topic in the legal field for many years.  Non-compete clauses have been extensively contested over their arguable unreasonableness in duration, scope and geography.  Now, though, New York has added a new wrinkle to the mix. In Integra Optics, Inc. v.

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