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California Further Restricts Employers Trying to Enforce Non-Competes

Companies that have headquarters outside of the Golden State typically have employment contracts that purportedly are governed by the substantive law of the state in which the enterprise is headquartered. California’s 2017 labor laws changed this and companies need to make themselves aware.

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The knowledgeable business attorneys at Garcia & Gurney, ALC, can assist business owners and shareholders in the Contra Costa, Alameda and Pleasanton areas understand the changing laws and how they affect California enterprises. Available to handle business law issues for all types of industries, these business law attorneys can guide you every step of the way. Services include entity formation, business transactions, and commercial litigation for enterprises in the Bay Area and beyond. To speak with a Pleasanton employment lawyer today, contact us by phone at 925-468-0400 or online.

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