Draft an Enforceable Corporate Restrictive Covenant

, New Jersey Law Journal

As any employment practitioner is aware, the granting of injunctive relief with respect to the enforcement of a restrictive covenant is far from automatic. Thus, it is critically important that the corporate practitioner draft a restrictive covenant that will be enforceable under the relevant law. Attorney Alan S. Pralgever discusses how New Jersey courts have generally dealt with restrictive covenants. He notes that it's paramount that companies tailor requirements that are industry-specific.

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