Alicia J. Samolis (Editor’s note: This is the first of a two-part column.) Massachusetts has recently enacted a law that will render some restrictive covenants unenforceable. The law starts by broadly defining noncompetition agreements as any agreement between a company and a worker in which the worker “agrees that he or…
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