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Attorney Comments on National Significance of Mass. Noncompete Reform 


After 10 years of debate, the Massachusetts legislature has passed noncompete reform. Michael Elkon discussed with reporters from Associated Press, The Washington Post,  Law 360,  SHRM and Business Insurance how the legislation is emblematic of a larger trend of noncompete reform happening at the state level that is sweeping the country. Specifically, he told The Washington Post: “I can absolutely see other states picking it up. A bill in New Jersey, for instance, proposes requiring employers to pay workers their full pay if they’re subject to the enforcement of a noncompete.”


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