Labor and Employment chair Laurent Drogin was quoted in the CNN Business article, “What to do if you're asked to sign a non-compete agreement,” which discusses non-compete agreements and how they may affect employees across sectors.
Laurent explains that non-competes are typically used to keep highly paid executives from leaving the company and taking the company's secrets with them. They also are commonly used to prevent salespeople and other employees who work directly with clients from taking those relationships with them when they leave.
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