Noncompete Bans Put Employers On Notice

Business Insurance

  • December 1, 2023

Two California noncompete laws that take effect in 2024 reinforce the state’s position as the most aggressive in discouraging noncompete agreements, presenting employers with enforcement challenges.

Experts say the California measures reflect a national trend that is underway in many states to discourage noncompetes, as well as federal initiatives, including a proposed Federal Trade Commission regulation.

Experts recommend that employers begin preparing for the laws, particularly because one of them requires employers to quickly notify California employees that any noncompete agreements they have signed may be void.


“Once an employee steps into California, it seems to subject them to California law,” said Bennett Pine, a shareholder with Anderson Kill P.C. in New York.

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