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Can you enforce restraint of trade against former employees?

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Seeking to use restraint of trade clauses against your former employees?


Seeking to use restraint of trade clauses against your former employees? Courts have shown a willingness to enforce such clauses in employment contracts provided you can demonstrate that the clause in question is a reasonable one otherwise it will be unenforceable.
Lawyer Stephen Curtain from MSI Global Alliance firm Aitken Partners covers how restraint of trade clauses can impact future business dealings in this article. For more information, please contact us.

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Peter Nevin     pnevin@taylorsmart.com.au
Peter Nevin is a Partner in our Commercial Litigation practice group. He specialises in commercial and general litigation, and provides detailed advice on industrial relations issues to both employers and employees. He also provides advice and representation in estate disputes on behalf of executors, beneficiaries and third party claimants.

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