Employers often condition the payment of post-employment or deferred compensation on a departing employee’s compliance with a noncompete agreement. New York is one of the few states that specifically allow for such an arrangement under the "employee choice" doctrine. This doctrine holds that an employee who chooses to voluntarily resign and violate his or her noncompetition obligations can be deemed

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