Skilled Guidance On Noncompete Agreements

If you have been presented with a noncompete agreement to sign, are you sure of what you are agreeing to? By signing, you will be agreeing to abide by the four corners of the contract. In many cases, some provisions attempt to illegally limit your ability to pursue a livelihood for yourself and your family.

Before you sign, talk to one of our lawyers at Warren & Siurek, L.L.P. Our targeted advocacy, personal service, customized solutions and dispute resolution skills have earned our law firm respect throughout southeast Texas. Employment law is all we do.

Call 713-522-0066 or 877-497-0328 to discuss your specific situation. From our office in Houston, we serve clients throughout southeast Texas.

For more than 25 years, our law firm has successfully represented executives in litigation involving:.

The objective of a noncompete agreement is to protect the former employer from loss of goodwill, trade secrets and proprietary information to a competitor. In many cases, the restrictive covenants go too far in limiting employees from pursuing further employment in their field of expertise, particularly executives and professionals.

Don’t Sign Until Your Rights Are Fully Protected
Overturning provisions of a signed noncompete agreement often requires litigation. The time to negotiate a fair agreement is before you sign. Warren & Siurek, L.L.P., negotiates, mediates, arbitrates and litigates positive outcomes with equal proficiency.

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When important provisions of a noncompete, a restrictive covenant or an employment contract are in dispute, your professional success may hinge on the outcome. Make sure you have skilled lawyers protecting your rights. We have the resources, responsiveness and reputation for results that can help you.

Throughout the legal process, you will be provided maximum availability to our lawyers’ knowledge and experience — any sudden question or concern you have will be promptly addressed. From initial consultation to conclusion of your case, you will know that your rights have been protected.

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