Martin D. Haverly, Attorney at Law
302-529-0121

September 2019 Archives

What does an employment contract customarily include?

The above-posed headline query in today’s blog post is certainly not intended as a trick question. Readers of our long-tenured multi-practice Delaware law firm might reasonably intuit that there is no simple and definitive answer to the question, though.

What standard governs workplace noncompete agreements?

Here’s a potential scenario that spells a bona-fide concern from a Delaware employer’s perspective: A top employee has just left the firm, and company principals fear that the worker will divulge closely kept trade secrets to a rival company.

Relevant considerations surrounding noncompete agreements

Select workers in many Delaware businesses are intimately involved at high levels in matters concerning their employers’ policies, business plans and proprietary data. Company principals know that, while such employees are key assets to their enterprises, they can also prove detrimental if they quit their jobs absent any post-termination controls on their knowledge or ability to compete.

Case Evaluation Form

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

Email Us For A Response

Martin D. Haverly, Attorney at Law
Brandywood Plaza, 2500 Grubb Road
Suite 240-B
Wilmington, DE 19810

Phone: 302-529-0121
Fax: 302-529-1123
Map & Directions