New York/Connecticut Noncompete Lawyer
Unfair competition law prohibits competitors from both stealing trade secrets or clients, customer accounts or proprietary business information. Despite these laws, however, business owners often need legal representation to protect their interests from both competitors and former employees. A noncompete agreement, or similar agreement, can help.
Mackay, Caswell & Callahan, P. C., provides experienced counsel for both small- to medium-sized businesses needing protection from unfair competition. We do so by drafting agreements for owners, buyers and sellers of businesses. Clients rely on the breadth of our business law knowledge. We help them craft agreements that provide comprehensive protection such as for confidential information, employees and clients. To schedule an appointment with one of our attorneys, please contact us online or call toll free 844-MCC-4TAX.
To learn more about us, please click on the following link:
Helping Clients Avoid Noncompete Pitfalls
In most cases, a general nondisclosure or confidentiality agreement is not sufficient to protect either the time, resources or capital you’ve invested in your business. Specific provisions must be included to cover both the noncompete and nonsolicitation issues important to your business. They may include both the duration and geographical scope of noncompete agreements, nonsolicitation of customers and no-raid provisions.
The firm represents buyers and sellers with noncompete/nonsolicitation issues such as a buyer who needs to ensure the previous owner of the business will not start a new business that provides the same goods or services to the same clients. We also represent sellers who need to protect trade secrets and other confidential information provided to a potential buyer during their evaluation of the company.
Our lawyers can assist your business with both noncompete and nonsolicitation matters. Please call our office toll free at 844-MCC-4TAX, or visit us online, to arrange an appointment with a nonsolicitation agreement attorney.