Zachary Jackson, a Member of the Firm in the Labor and Employment practice, in the Chicago office, wrote an article titled “Illinois Insights: Impermissible Solicitation of Clients and Co-workers.”
Following is an excerpt:
The article addresses impermissible solicitation of customers or co-workers under Illinois law. It discusses when soliciting customers or co-workers or competing with the employer is a breach of an employee’s fiduciary duty or raises a claim of tortious interference with prospective economic advantage. The article is intended as a guide for private employers in Illinois. Local or municipal law may impose additional or different requirements.