Non-Compete Review & Consultation

Non-compete agreements can ruin careers.   

Non-compete agreements are disfavored because they often impose needless harm.   

But, in some cases, they are enforced and these agreements still need to be taken seriously.

We have been helping executives solve non-compete problems since 1999

People can be locked out of their industry for a year or more. But many New York judges, and even the New York Attorney General, now realize that non-compete agreements need to be limited.

Our firm will review your non-compete and meet with you via phone or video chat, answer your questions, review your non-compete agreement, and draft a written analysis to assist you in understanding your situation.

For this review and consultation, there will be a legal fee of $750.

If you are looking for immediate help with a non-compete issue complete the short form below to get started. We will assess the agreement’s enforceability and suggest strategies.

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We have litigated non-compete agreements in federal and state court.  We have mediated, arbitrated, and negotiated hundreds of non-compete disputes.  We can help you with your non-compete issue.

Call 212-571-2000 to learn more.

What is a Non-Compete Agreement?

A non-compete agreement is a contract that restricts the right of an executive or employee to engage in a competitive business relationship with their employer.

Non-compete agreements are often used by employers to prevent executives and employees from leaving and working for a competitor.

An example: A company that sells copy machines in New York City might require its sales force to sign non-compete agreements that would prevent them from working for another copy machine retailer in New York City for a period of time. Before signing these agreements, it would be wise to speak with one of our NYC Non-Compete Attorneys.

Non-Compete Review & Consultation

Schedule a review and consultation of your non-compete agreement with one of our New York attorneys.

Review: First, an attorney will review your current agreement and determine what resolutions may be possible.

Consult: Next, an attorney will meet with you, either in person or over the phone, and explain to you what options you may have to resolve your agreement.

You may have more options than you think.

Oftentimes, these agreements are not prepared correctly by the employers.

Understanding the common mistakes and identifying missing information makes it possible to attack these agreements.

Non-Compete Representation

Ottinger Employment Lawyers can also help you when challenging these agreements in court.

When court representation is necessary, you can trust the experience of our attorneys and their dedication to getting you the best possible deal.

We understand how much your future career could be damaged by an unfair agreement, so we want to do whatever we can to protect you.