Business & Corporate Law

Stock, Carlson, Oldfield & McGrath LLC

Illinois Covenants Not to Compete Attorneys

Business Lawyers Handling Non-Compete Clauses

At Stock, Carlson, Oldfield and McGrath LLC, helping employees and employers alike to resolve disputes pertaining to business agreements involving a covenant not to compete clause, is one of the most important services our business clients value. Our business contracts attorneys understand that in order for a business to grow, it requires an ability to quickly address the many issues that may arise between employee-employer relations.

Not only does our law firm advise small and large businesses throughout Illinois in DuPage, Cook, Kane, and Lake County, but we also provide exceptional representation to companies involved in compliance issues with state and federal laws and regulations.

If you are an employee involved in a covenant not to compete dispute with a present or former employer or vice versa, you are an employer contesting a non-compete clause with an employee, then contact our covenants not to compete Wheaton attorneys at (630) 665-2500 today.

Employment Contracts with Covenants Not to Compete Clauses

Many business and employment contracts contain restrictive agreements commonly referred to as non-compete or covenants not to compete (CNC) clauses. These binding agreements are designed to prohibit an employee from working with their employer's competitor in the same trade or industry, upon termination or resignation of employment. As an employee, this can greatly limit your ability to pursue work or receive a higher salary according to the time frame and geographical location that is specified in the non-compete clause.

Some non-compete clauses are unenforceable if any part of the employment contract seems unreasonable. While these restrictions are often examined more closely between employee and employer contracts, covenants not to compete between two businesses are entirely different and give both parties equal footing in terms of the negotiation and bargaining powers. That's why it is important to consult an experienced attorney who is well-versed in all areas of business law.

Non-Compete Attorneys Available to Help You

Contact us today if you feel either a former employee or former employer is in violation of a covenant not to compete employment contract. If you're concerned about the sale of your business and need help drawing up business contracts including a non-compete clause with the new business owner, call the law firm of Stock, Carlson, Oldfield and McGrath LLC in Wheaton at (630) 665-2500.

 
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