FH+H Safeguards Client’s Livelihood Over a Non-Compete Clause

FH+H attorneys Tom Craig and Grace Williams successfully argued that a non-competition clause contained in an independent contractor’s employment agreement was overly broad and unduly burdensome to our client’s ability to make a living. 

This victory has allowed the client to continue performing in his profession following termination of the business relationship.

FH+H attorneys represent clients in many aspects of employment-related matters, including counseling both employers and employees on employment law, representing clients during litigation, and advising on hiring and termination procedures. FH+H’s employment practice is committed to offering ongoing guidance and advice that consistently emphasizes risk management and prevention.

Note: Case results depend on a variety of unique factors and do not guarantee or predict similar results for future cases.

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