NLRB: Noncompete and Employee Nonsolicitation Agreements Violate Covered Employees’ Section 7 Rights Under NLRA

J.O. Mory, Inc. represents a continuation of the Board’s attack on noncompetition agreements and a notable expansion to now target nonsolicitation covenants. Employers should take particular care to review the language of nonsolicitation agreements with covered employees to ensure that they are not likely to be construed to chill employees’ — and former employees’ — engagement in protected activity.

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