Training an employee can be expensive and many businesses require their employees to sign non-compete agreements to help mitigate any future costs. If reasonable, these agreements may protect employers from employees using trade secrets or other business related information learned on their job against them. We recognize that trade secrets and practices are important and valuable aspect of your business. We often draft non-compete agreements for our clients and help them understand the nuances of creating “reasonable” provisions. Additionally, we have extensive experience enforcing these agreements against former employees that break their contractual obligation. Often, a cease and desist demand letters is sufficient, but we also pursue breach of contract litigation when the former employee refuses to cease their actions. Regardless of your situation, the experienced attorneys at BTJD can help you resolve your situation.