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Loose Lips Sink Ships: A Guide to Crafting an ‘Unsinkable’ Restrictive Covenant

In the beginning of an employment relationship, companies are usually not thinking about what might happen when the employee leaves the company. While it is not a good idea to assume a working relationship will not work out, it would be foolish to be unprepared in the event that it crumbles.

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