The March 12 issue of the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin featured an article written by Labor and Employment partner Arthur Sternberg.
The article examined the questionable status of noncompete agreements in the wake of a significant December 2011 decision by the Illinois Supreme Court, Reliable Fire Equip. Co. v. Arredond.
“The Illinois supreme court decision … expands the enforcement of noncompetition agreements but fails to give guidance as to what facts fit the expansion,” Sternberg noted in the article. “The decision will likely increase the complexity and expense of litigation, as parties parry over what business interests should now be recognized as legitimate ones for enforcing noncompetition restrictions.”
The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin is the oldest daily courts newspaper in the country, serves the largest unified court system in the U.S., and is read daily by 12,600 lawyers, judges and court staff in the greater Chicago area.
With over 30 years of experience, Sternberg has extensive and successful trial, appellate, and administrative work nationwide for employers in employment discrimination, non-competition, and trade secrets litigation.
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