Woodland Hills Non-Compete Disputes Attorney
Straightforward Legal Assistance for Complex Employment Issues
In the state of California, non-compete covenants are rare. However, there are certain exceptions to California’s ban on non-compete covenants that may require current and future employees to limit their work to just one company. If you are facing a non-compete dispute from an employer, it’s vital that you seek the assistance of an experienced attorney who can help you with this complex area of employment law. At the Law Office of Payab & Associates, we have more than 20 years of legal experience, giving us the necessary skills, resources, and knowledge to effectively advocate for your rights.
Need a non-compete disputes attorney in Woodland Hills? Call us at (818) 918-5522 to schedule your consultation with our team.
Common Non-Compete Disputes
When a prospective employee signs a non-compete clause, it limits their ability to work with any other company outside of their current employer. These covenants are designed to protect the interests of the company and limit unfair competition.
Some common non-compete disputes include:
- Revealing confidential company information to another entity
- Working or completing projects for another employer
- Failing to notify the current employer of other work/projects
- Providing competitors with product details, marketing plans, etc.
- Hiring workers or employees while employed by the current company
If you are dealing with a non-compete dispute from your employer, it’s absolutely essential that you enlist the help of a skilled Woodland Hills non-compete disputes attorney. Our firm understands the complex laws surrounding these types of employment contracts. Whether you are an employee facing a dispute with your employer, or you are looking for a way to effectively protect your company’s intellectual property and confidential information, the Law Office of Payab & Associates can help.
Call (818) 918-5522 today to schedule a consultation at our firm. Our experienced attorneys are prepared to aggressively advocate for your rights.