What can I do about a non-compete agreement or contract lawsuit?
We can help with your non-compete agreement. Although we represent only employees at Wenzel Fenton Cabassa, P.A., our employment law attorneys are experienced in providing legal guidance for employees and employers (in the past). Therefore, our insight in helping employers draft and enforce non-compete and trade secret agreements is an asset for Florida employees accused of violating agreements.
This means we thoroughly understand the “other side” of things.
Your Rights with Non-Compete Agreements:
Reviewing, analyzing, negotiating and restructuring employment and termination agreements requires legal knowledge and attention to detail. When it comes time to fight temporary injunctions brought by employers, we utilize all resources in helping clients navigate through a complex and often contentious injunctive relief process.
Tampa & St. Petersburg Non-Compete Clause Attorney
In the state of Florida, laws exist to define legitimate business interests where a non-compete agreement can be enforced, including:
- Protection of trade secrets
- Relationships with prospective and existing clients
- Confidentiality of business or professional information
- Extraordinary or specialized training used to maximize investment
- Goodwill with ongoing business or professional practice, including trademarks, geographic locations and marketing/trade areas
At Wenzel Fenton Cabassa, P.A., we know – all too well – how serious it can be when a worker’s career is put at risk over a non-compete issue. Our lawyers possess an in-depth understanding of legal strategies that the opposing counsel often employs based on our insights gained from representing employers. Our cases are litigated based on that unique point-of-view.
Contact an Experienced Employment Law Attorney
If you have been served with papers indicating your violation of a non-compete agreement, then an employee rights attorney can advocate aggressively to defend your rights. Give us a call to schedule a consultation and speak with an employment law attorney today.
* Free Consultation not available for Employment Contract and Agreement consultations.