New Massachusetts Law Restricts The Use of Noncompete Agreements

The Massachusetts Noncompetition Agreement Act ("MNAA") codifies the requirements for noncompete agreements entered into with Massachusetts employees and independent contractors on or after October 1, 2018. Generally, the new law requires companies to revisit the circumstances under which they will mandate noncompete agreements as a condition of employment and proscribes the terms of enforceable agreements.
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The Massachusetts Noncompetition Agreement Act ("MNAA") codifies the requirements for noncompete agreements entered into with Massachusetts employees and independent contractors on or after October 1, 2018. Generally, the new law requires companies to revisit the circumstances under which they will mandate noncompete agreements as a condition of employment and proscribes the terms of enforceable agreements.

Laurie E. Leader is a Clinical Professor at Chicago-Kent College of Law, practicing attorney, author, certified mediator and principal of Effective Employment Mediation, LLC - Chicago, Northfield & Libertyville Offices (effectiveemploymentmediation.com). She has authored numerous articles and book chapters and two treatises and is Editor-in-Chief of Bender’s Labor and Employment Bulletin. Laurie earned an A.B. degree from Washington University in St. Louis and her J.D. degree from Cleveland State University.

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