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Non-Solicitation Agreements

Non-Solicitation Agreement Attorneys in Rochester

Assistance with Drafting and Reviewing Agreements

Non-solicitation agreements generally prohibit terminated or departing employees from soliciting other employees to leave or from soliciting the company’s customers, clients, or vendors. These agreements may be part of the initial employment agreement the employee signs when they are hired, or it may be written as an employment separation agreement upon termination. Either way, professionals should consult a trusted employment law attorney before drafting or signing a non-solicitation agreement.

At The Glennon Law Firm, P.C., we focus much of our practice on employment law and have the knowledge and experience needed to protect your rights and your business. You can count on us to put your best interests first every step of the way.

Reach out to our Rochester non-solicitation agreement lawyers at (585) 294-0303.

Non-Solicitation & Non-Servicing for Professionals under Restrictive Covenants

Building a customer base that leads to solvency and profitability can take years. That’s why many professionals – such as doctors, dentists, accountants, and financial professionals – choose to implement non-solicitation agreements to protect their business interests.

Non-solicitation and non-servicing agreements are variants of restrictive covenants like non-compete agreements. These agreements are enforceable on a case-by-case basis.

As non-compete law evolves, professionals and executives face increasingly challenging issues with non-solicitation of clients, patients, or customers. Similarly, non-service agreements focus on professional service providers who are prohibited from servicing clients, patients, or customers. Early planning can help you avoid these types of situations.

Seek Guidance from The Glennon Law Firm, P.C.

No matter what industry you work in, you may encounter issues with non-solicitation or non-service agreements. Whether you need help negotiating or litigating a dispute involving a non-solicitation agreement, The Glennon Law Firm, P.C. is here to help. Our non-solicitation agreement lawyers in Rochester have extensive negotiation and courtroom skills to put to work for you. We can also assist with business litigation matters as they relate to non-solicitation agreements.

To discuss your case, contact us at (585) 294-0303.