new non-compete legislation

There are signs that the debate over whether to ban non-competes may end in a compromise, a result many, including this blog, have predicted.

As we reported in Friday’s post, the Joint Committee on Economic Development and Emerging Technologies held a public hearing yesterday at the Statehouse on HB4802, which would adopt the Uniform Trade Secrets Act (“UTSA”),
Continue Reading On the Eve of The Esplanade July 4th Fireworks Celebration – Massachusetts May Not Blow Up Non-Competes After All – A Compromise is in the Air

We previously reported on H.B. 6658, which was introduced earlier this year in the Connecticut House of Representatives.  The Connecticut Legislature passed the legislation on the last day of the legislative session.  The final text of the Act, which was enacted as Public Act No. 13-309 and will go into effect on October 1, 2013 assuming the Act is signed
Continue Reading Connecticut Legislature Passes Non-Compete Legislation