Non-compete and non-solicitation agreements


 

Shreveport Non-Compete Agreement, Employment Law Firm

We live in a society where individuals change careers numerous times in their lifetimes. Often, former employees take information learned in previous jobs to advance their career with a former employer’s competitor. Accordingly, it is wise for any business to protect its own interests when an employee leaves and pursues another position.

At Cook, Yancey, King & Galloway, we help businesses of all sizes in employment law matters. To find out how a non-solicitation or non-compete agreement can protect your business,
contact us online or call 318-221-6277.

Protect Your Business

  • A non-compete agreement is a contract between an employer and an employee. In it, the employee agrees not to pursue employment that would compete with the employer after they leave the company.
  • A non-solicitation agreement is a contract between an employer and a former employee in which the employee is prohibited from soliciting clients of the former employer.

Former employees can be a great threat to a business. When trade secrets, client contact information, and other inside information are in the wrong hands, a business can suffer.

At Cook, Yancey, King & Galloway, we are familiar with Louisiana employment laws that govern non-compete and non-solicitation agreements. Our firm’s attorneys can help you draft and enforce contracts that protect the interests of your business.

Contact Us

For more information about employer/ employee law, contact our law firm by calling 318-221-6277.