Why Noncompete Critics Are Singing the Wrong Song

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Arguments criticizing noncompete agreements stem from flawed analyses and fail to take into account their full economic effect.

Noncompete agreements are facing a steady attack from various circles in the business, legal, political, and academic communities. Those attacks are often coupled with calls on state legislatures to ban or to limit the agreements drastically. As facially appealing as those arguments might appear in a depressed economic environment, they ignore the positive effect noncompete agreements have on the economy.

Butzel Long attorneys Phillip C. Korovesis and Bernard J. Fuhs recently authored the article "Why Noncompete Critics Are Singing the Wrong Song" featured in the March 2012 issue of For the Defense.

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