Non-Competition, Non-Solicitation, Confidentiality & Work-For-Hire Agreements in the Employment Relationship - Oct. 14th Seminar

Some employment contracts contain clauses that restrict an employee’s actions both during and after the period of employment. These clauses safeguard the employer’s business interests and commonly include agreements on non-solicitation, non-competition, confidentiality and work-for-hire. Given the ever-changing legal landscape of employment law, it can be a formidable challenge to stay abreast of “best practices” and ongoing legislation.

Join us on Tuesday, October 14th from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. at Six Blackstone Valley Place – Suite #402 – in Lincoln, RI. for a lively discussion with employment law attorneys who offer their advice and perspective on current and future developments. This program will address — from a management view — the purposes of and differences between the agreements.

This is the last session in the series: Cradle to Grave: Legal Aspects of the Employment Lifecycle. There is NO CHARGE for this program but seating is limited. Contact Roger Hood to register.