Noncompete agreements work, but not for everyone

STRONG COMPETITION: Michael Gamboli, attorney with Partridge Snow & Hahn LLP, says disputes over noncompete agreements are becoming more common with the rise in worker mobility and lower barriers to starting companies. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS
STRONG COMPETITION: Michael Gamboli, attorney with Partridge Snow & Hahn LLP, says disputes over noncompete agreements are becoming more common with the rise in worker mobility and lower barriers to starting companies. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS
A star salesman’s or software developer’s defection from one company to a rival can trigger rumor and intrigue worthy of a spy novel. Will the defector use his relationships with key clients to poach them for his new employer? Will he divulge the game-changing innovation his old boss was working on, opening the door for…

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