Non-Compete Agreements in Virginia Employment | Ryan C. Young | Richmond, Virginia Attorney

Non-Compete Agreements in Virginia Employment | Ryan C. Young | Richmond, Virginia Attorney
Non-Compete Agreements in Virginia Employment The use of non-compete agreements has been a growing trend in Virginia and across the country in recent years. More and more Virginia employers are requiring their employees sign a non-compete agreement. This is true even when the employee isn’t highly skilled or in upper management. At the same time, there is a growing concern... Read More

Enforceability of Non-Compete Agreements in Virginia | Ryan C. Young | Richmond, Virginia Attorney

Enforceability of Non-Compete Agreements in Virginia | Ryan C. Young | Richmond, Virginia Attorney
Non-compete Agreements in Virginia The enforceability of a non-compete agreement in Virginia depends greatly on the specific terms of the agreement.  Many times, clients will come to me and ask for a clear determination of whether a non-compete agreement will be upheld. The problem is that there is no clear rule and the Virginia courts will look to many factors... Read More

Balancing Virginia Non-Compete Agreements With Right to Work Laws | Ryan C. Young |Richmond Business Attorney

Balancing Virginia Non-Compete Agreements With Right to Work Laws | Ryan C. Young |Richmond Business Attorney
Non-Compete Agreements Employment law faces a paradox in Virginia when employers require employees to sign non-compete agreements. Those are agreements that employers require which limit for whom an employee may work, and for how long, after vacating a position. Virginia is a right to work state. In right to work states laborers can work for whomever they choose, and employers... Read More