Legal Advice for Covenants — 22 results
Written by attorney Stephen Verbit, about 1 year ago.
Employees sometimes get information about an employers business that would be useful to the employers market competitors. Such information could include trade secrets, proprietary processes,... more
Written by attorney Barbara Stage, 4 months ago.
An overiew of the fining process and how to protect yourself from HOA abuse by an association not regulated by the State of Florida. Introduction This is the time of year where our firm... more
Written by attorney Barbara Stage, over 1 year ago.
A big source of disputes between owners and their associations concerns claims by the association the owner made changes or improvements to their property or unit without permission of the... more
Written by attorney Mark R. Osherow, about 2 years ago.
Discussion of Restrictive covenants and trade secret protection under Florida Law
Written by attorney Michael Powell, 2 months ago.
This guide answers frequently asked questions about Louisiana's covenant marriage law. What is a Covenant Marriage in Louisiana? When a couple chooses to enter a "covenant" marriage, they... more
Written by attorney Tiffany Garland, over 1 year ago.
When people think of getting hitched, most people think of an elaborate wedding, getting a marriage license, and spending the first week as newlyweds on a beach somewhere. But, as you would... more
Written by attorney Brian W. Erikson, about 2 years ago.
As a general rule, any contract that seeks to restrain trade is illegal in Texas. That provision is set out in Texas Business Commerce Code section 15.05, which states:
Written by attorney John Phillips, over 2 years ago.
One thing we are frequently asked to review is employment terms known as non-compete agreements. It essentially limits an employees ability to use his or her former employers training,... more
Written by attorney Charles F Basil, over 2 years ago.
The covenant not to compete prohibits an employee or business seller from working at or operating a competing company, in substantially the same position or engaging in substantially the... more
Written by attorney Rixon Rafter, about 3 years ago.
The landlord-tenant relationship is founded on duties and responsibilities provided in statutory law , the common law, or the actual lease itself.
Basic to all leases is the implied... more