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Reminder: Minnesota Non-Compete Ban Takes Effect on Saturday, July 1

As we previously reported, Minnesota will soon become only the fourth state (along with California, Oklahoma and North Dakota) to ban non-competitors. The state’s new law renders void and unenforceable all covenants not to compete entered by employees or independent contractors on or after July 1, 2023. The only exceptions are noncompetitive agreements relating to […]

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Three women to sue Andrew Tate over alleged sexual and physical assaults

Mr Tate has been imprisoned in Romania since late December alongside his brother and two other suspects on human trafficking and rape charges (The Associated Press) A UK law firm is planning to launch civil legal action against misogynistic influencer Andrew Tate on behalf of three alleged victims. The women accuse Mr Tate of perpetrating

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Garden Leave Provisions in Employment Agreements: 2023 Update

Thomson Reuters Practical Law has released the 2023 update to “Garden Leave Provisions in Employment Agreements,” co-authored by our colleague Peter A. Steinmeyer and Lauri F. Rasnick. The Note discusses garden leave provisions in employment agreements as an alternative or a companion to traditional employee non-compete agreements. It addresses the differences between garden leave and

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Ethical Issues for Attorneys Regarding Restrictive Covenants

our colleagues Peter A. Steinmeyer, Erik W. Weibustand Angel A. Perez co-authored an article in Thomson Reuters Practical Law’s The Journalentitled “Restrictive Covenants: Ethical Issues for Attorneys.” Following is an excerpt: Companies across the US commonly use non-compete agreements and other restrictive covenants to protect the company’s legitimate business interests. These agreements are used with

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Demanding Justice, Law Firm Yayan Riyanto and Partners, Sues the Reporting Party to the Kepanjen District Court over allegations that their Client’s Land Sale and Purchase Letters are False

Dr. Yayan Riyanto, SH, MH & Partner holding a press conference at his office Jl Kawi No 29 Malang City, East Java MALANGKOTA (Surabaya Post.id) – Law Firm Dr Yayan Riyanto and Partners sued the reporter, namely Sutris Cs, to the Kepanjen District Court (PN) Malang Regency. The lawsuit was filed by Ngatipah CS through

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