Non-Solicitation Agreement

In New York, non-solicitation agreements forbid former or departing employees from soliciting other employees to work for another employer, for a definite period of time. Non-solicitation agreements may also forbid the employee from soliciting the company’s customers and/or vendors, after leaving the employer. If you were directed to sign a non-solicitation agreement, it advisable to have the agreement reviewed by an employment lawyer before you sign it. By signing a non-solicitation agreement without first consulting an attorney, it is possible you may hinder future employment opportunities or business ventures. To find out more, or to have an experienced attorney review a non-solicitation agreement, contact us for a confidential consultation.

In order to protect their business interests, employers often require executives and other employees to sign non-solicitation agreements. Good employees can be difficult to find, and it may take years to build a customer base that keeps a business solvent; however, many such agreements seriously interfere with an employee’s ability to get another position.  It is crucial to consult with an experienced attorney prior to your execution of a non-solicitation agreement because you otherwise may be forfeiting a valuable asset.

Contact a Seasoned and Qualified Non-Solicitation Agreement Attorney

The non-solicitation agreement attorneys of Risman & Risman, P.C. are eager to help and discuss your concerns with you. There is no charge for the consultation. Our firm provides clients with the information they need to make the right decisions about non-solicitation agreements and other employment law matters, and counsels them based on strategies tailored to the client’s individual situation. Please feel free to call us at (212) 233-6400 or contact us online.