Employers across the country and around the world have their eyes on Albany as a proposed ban on noncompetes makes its way through the New York legislature.

On June 20, 2023, the state’s Assembly passed S3100A and returned it to the Senate for final approval before transmission to the governor. If enacted, S3100A would prospectively prohibit virtually all post-employment noncompetes, based on vague definitions of “covered individuals” and “non-compete agreements.”

Facing uncertainty due to the bill’s broadly defined terms and unknown future on the governor’s desk, should New York employers be prepared to do away with their noncompete agreements?

Join this webinar, where Epstein Becker Green attorneys discuss the state of the law in New York, what it means for your local, state, and multijurisdictional business, and how a similar ban in California has affected employers.

Panelists explore:

  • the implications of a noncompete ban,
  • how soon a ban could be enforced, and
  • other possibilities for protecting trade secrets.


Registration is complimentary, but pre-registration is required.


If you have any questions, please reach out to Katelyn Ramos.

Members of the media, please contact Piper Hall.

Event Detail

1:30 pm ET
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