Restrictive Covenants

NFC has extensive experience representing organizations in litigation and counseling involving restrictive covenants and protection of confidential information and trade secrets. We understand that every business has critical information and valuable customer relationships that are integral to its success, and that protecting these assets is crucial for the health of an organization.

Limiting the use of this information by current and former employees may be crucial to protecting a company’s confidential information or client connections. Restrictive covenants are an important tool to help protect these valuable assets, but only if they are crafted properly. NFC’s specialized team offers:

  • Deep and successful track record of obtaining injunctive relief instate and federal courts and before FINRA
  • Counseling on inbound hiring, protectable interests and enforcement strategies
  • Preparation and revision of enforceable agreements throughout the country

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