Co-editor Robin Morse provided an update on non-competes after the recent presidential election in the America Bar Association’s (ABA) Business Torts & Unfair Competition newsletter. In the article, “Post-Election Non-Compete Update,” Robin provides a brief overview of the Obama administration’s efforts on non-compete reform and analyzes non-compete developments since the recent presidential election.
According to Robin, with dormancy expected on the federal non-compete front for the next four years, it remains to be seen whether the efforts of the Obama administration will have any sort of lasting impact on the non-compete climate across the country or will fade into history as states continue to take diverging approaches to non-compete law.
Robin Morse is an associate in Nutter’s Litigation Department and a member of the firm’s Business Litigation and Labor, Employment and Benefits practice groups. Her practice focuses on civil litigation and employment law ...
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