Tag Archives: California Labor Code Section 925

The Latest and Greatest Updates About Non-Compete and Non-Solicitation Agreements in California

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Employers everywhere should be familiar with California’s strict rules against the enforcement of non-compete agreements and non-solicitation agreements between employers and employees. Practically speaking, the rule has always been that non-compete agreements are not enforceable. Similarly, non-solicitation agreements regarding the solicitation of customers are not enforceable, but non-solicitation agreements regarding the solicitation of other employees … Continue reading this entry

A Possible New Year’s Hangover for Multistate Employers With California Employees

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Multistate employers with headquarters located outside California may wake up to a rude surprise on January 1, 2017, as a result of a new California Labor Code law affecting their employment agreements with California employees. California Labor Code Section 925 applies to employment contracts with employees who live and work primarily in California, prohibiting such … Continue reading this entry