Reducing Litigation Costs in Noncompete Litigation: Former Employer’s Perspective (Part 1 of 2)
Tightening labor markets and high demand for key employees increase pressure on employers to enforce covenants not to compete. Those enforcement actions, though, carry heavy and immediate economic and non-economic costs and risks, particularly in seeking immediate injunctive relief. Attorney fees mount quickly because the work necessary for a temporary injunction compresses work done typically over a year in other litigation into less than a month.
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