Non-Solicitation Agreements in Business Contracts

February 26, 2020

Is your business protected?


Solicitation is just a fancy word for asking for something. A non-solicitation agreement is an agreement not to solicit either (a) employees or (b) customers of a business. To prevent theft of customers and employees, many businesses require top-level executives and key managers and directors to sign a non-solicitation agreement.


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Contact Cline, Cline & Griffin to ask about non-competition, non-solicitation, and other restrictive covenants that can protect your business! Our employment and business attorneys are here to help!

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