Nonsolicitation Clauses are Void as a Matter of Law

Nonsolicitation Clauses – Know the Facts Employers regularly require their employees to sign confidentiality clauses wherein the employee agrees to keep secret the company’s secrets and other proprietary information; e.g., customers’ identities, secret formulas or marketing concepts, financial information.  Less frequently, employers require employees to sign nonsolicitation agreements – whereby the employee agrees that, when leaving employment with the company, he or she …