Employment Law

Court Won't Enforce Restrictive Covenant Despite Work in Same Industry

, The Legal Intelligencer


While many employers continue to include restrictive covenants in their employment contracts, courts in Pennsylvania and those applying Pennsylvania law continue to be reluctant to enforce such covenants without a clear showing that the precise terms of the contract have been breached and without a clear showing of harm to the employer.

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