Employment Memo

 SECTION 3  Restraints and restrictive covenants 

An employee has an implied duty not to compete with their employer's business or solicit their customers during employment. This is the duty of fidelity, which also prevents employees from disclosing trade secrets and confidential information (ΒΆ2400). Employers may also wish to impose express contractual provisions, known as restrictive covenants, to highlight, supplement and extend this implied right.
The implied duty does not apply post-employment with the exception of disclosures of trade secrets. Therefore, employers may also wish to restrict a former employee's a...

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