Long Island Business Law Attorney Drafting Non-Compete Agreements For N.Y. Companies

Man signing non-compete agreementInformation is a crucial commodity in today’s economy. This means that trade secrets, internal procedures, customer lists, and other such pieces of information should be safeguarded. The problem, however, is that you are giving access to this information whenever you hire an employee, bring on a new vendor, or when you bring in a new business partner. If you fail to take the appropriate steps then these individuals may take your vital information and use it in another business after they are no longer associated with your company. They may even use it to compete against you. Fortunately, there are legal mechanisms which allow you to keep this from happening. By drafting a “non-compete” agreement you can create an obligation, on the part of other parties, which prevent them from using or divulging your company’s important information. It is important that the agreement be properly drafted, that it be enforceable, and that it covers as many different situations as possible. An experienced business law lawyer can assist you with drafting such a document. Holly Meyer is a Long Island lawyer who handles such matters. Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation. We also serve those in Queens, Brooklyn, and other New York areas.

Attorney assisting Long Island area businesses with non-competition contracts

A non-competition contract can be created in multiple ways. First, it may be incorporated in a comprehensive employment contract. Second, it can be completed as a wholly separate document. The agreement can be signed by business partners, independent contractors, employees, or any third-party with access to your important information. The agreement may require that information remain “in-house,” that the parties not take jobs with any of your competitors, that the parties not start competing enterprises, or it may impose limitations upon the extent to which they can compete against you. The type of agreement you need will depend on the specifics of your situation. It must deal with as many different scenarios as possible and must be specific so that a Court does not find it to be vague and unenforceable. Retaining an experienced lawyer can help you to make sure that your documents are properly drafted.

Holly Meyer is a Long Island business law and contract attorney who assists with drafting non-competition agreements. She will use your initial consultation to gain an understanding of your business and of the information which you need to keep secure. She will then help you to understand the types of restrictions which can be placed on members of your organization as well as the pros and cons of such restrictions. She will draft a non-compete agreement that is specific to your situation, and tailored to your needs, and retain copies in her office. Should such an agreement ever be violated then she will assist you with taking appropriate action. Holly understands how important your business is to you. She focuses on this area of law so that you may focus on the more important thing – your company. Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation.

Long Island attorney providing regular communication to New York companies requiring non-compete agreements

Holly understands that you have enough to worry about if you are running your own company. You do not need the added stress of an unresponsive corporate counsel. This is why she works to provide a high level of communication. This includes promptly responding to telephone messages, emails, and ensuring that she is available to answer your questions. Our lawyer prides herself on providing quality service and this is our promise in each and every matter we handle.

We are able to handle a number of business related matters in addition to the drafting of non-compete agreements. Also, in addition to serving those in Long Island, our attorney also serves Kings County residents in Brooklyn, residents of Queens, those in Nassau and Suffolk Counties, as well as people in other New York areas.