Fisher Phillips Attorney Discusses Ruling in Executive’s Restrictive Covenant Case
A recent restrictive covenant ruling out of Rhode Island shows that a healthcare executive violated his non-compete agreement. Healthcare Dive turned to Washington, DC partner Theresa Connolly for insight into what the ruling means. In this case, the executive jumped to a competitor to provide similar services. The judge ruled that his non-compete agreement was reasonable in scope and the former employer showed that violation of the agreement caused substantial harm to their company. Theresa says, “the higher up you in the industry, the more likely it is an agreement will be enforced.”
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