Non-Compete Agreements

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Proposals to weaken or ban non-compete agreements in Massachusetts threaten the ability of employers to protect the innovation and technology that creates economic growth in the commonwealth.

Non-compete agreements allow employees to agree that they will not take trade secrets and proprietary information from one company to a competing company. AIM believes that the current law of restrictive covenants is already well developed in Massachusetts and strikes an appropriate balance between protecting employers' interests and allowing employee mobility.



AIM Expert:
Brad Macdougall
Vice President
Government Affairs

Non-Compete Agreements
non compete agreements, intellectual property, trade agreements
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