This week, we’re analyzing New York State’s proposed noncompete ban.

Noncompete Bans Spread to New York and Beyond

New York State’s noncompete ban has passed both houses of the state legislature and now awaits Governor Kathy Hochul’s signature. Epstein Becker Green attorney David J. Clark details how this proposed ban would affect employers and reveals how noncompete bans have become a growing trend throughout the country.

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