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Managing the Modern Workplace
V&E International Labor & Employment Resources

Time to Review Nonsolicitation Covenants

I’ve found that it’s fairly common for Texas employers to have questions about the enforceability of a non-compete, but not so common for them to ask about the enforceability of their non-solicitation agreements. Yet, I often find myself in a courtroom relying on those non-solicits to try to get a departed employee to stop contacting a client’s customers or employees.

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  • 13
  • September
  • 2016

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Return Fire: Employers Who Disregard State Gun Laws May Expose Themselves to Wrongful Termination Liability

Across the country, employers today must be aware of their state’s gun laws. “Bring your gun to work” laws, enacted in over 20 states, pose a particular challenge to employers because they limit the extent to which employers can regulate guns on workplace premises. Addressing Mississippi law, the Fifth Circuit recently held that Mississippi employees can sue employers for wrongful termination if they are fired for storing a licensed firearm in a locked vehicle on company property, Swindol v. Aurora Flight Sciences Corporation.

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