Businesses And Careers At Stake
Your most valuable asset is your intellectual property. Unique products that you manufacture and specific services that you provide need protection from an ex-employee. At the Breeden Law Office in Johnston County, North Carolina, we aggressively represent our business clients and hold their former employees accountable when they violate non-compete agreements.
Do not let a disgruntled former employee walk off with valuable assets, both tangible and intangible. Contact us at 919-805-3639 or toll free at 866-346-1680.
A Business Law Attorney Protecting Your Assets
A non-compete agreement as part of an employment contract serves as an important tool to protect the integrity of your business. Your most valuable assets are at stake: Products you created. Concepts you've developed. Client lists that you've grown from nothing. All that hard work could be destroyed if you allow a former employee who knows the inner workings of your operation to take sensitive data to a competitor.
Drafting Enforceable Contracts To Shield Your Business From Harm
At the Breeden Law Office, we understand what is at stake and aggressively enforce non- compete agreements. North Carolina recognizes non-compete agreements with limited scope and duration. They must be drafted with reasonable terms that will not adversely affect the employee's career.
Our legal knowledge coupled with experience in drafting all types of business contracts means that we can create an enforceable document that protects what you hold most valuable as a businessperson.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced business lawyer, please contact us.