MLMW often gets questions involving the enforceability of non-compete agreements in Colorado
Non-competition agreements, also known as covenants not to compete or simply “non-competes”, are becoming increasingly popular and important in today’s competitive business environment.
Industries that have not typically relied on non-competition agreements for protection are now using them.
There’s often a misconception that non-competes aren’t enforceable in Colorado. This is simply untrue.
The most common trade secrets scenario Mallon Lonnquist sees is where a former employee discloses confidential information at their new employer or a competitor.
This multi-part exploration into trade secrets begins with a discussion of Colorado’s definition of trade secret.
Steve Greenhouse of the New York Times recently wrote an article discussing an increase in the number of noncompetition clauses in employment agreements.
This article from the New York Times describes New York’s continued trend towards more restriction on non-compete agreements.