Non-competition clause violation

The need to safeguard company assets composed of elements, such as technical knowledge, production procedures or longstanding and well-organised relationships with customers, is legally acknowledged.

A non-competition clause is useful because it links the employer’s need to be sheltered from those risks to those of the worker whose conduct is not free from limitations and is compensated by an adequate payment.

De Luca & Partners offers advice and assistance for cases of non-competition clause breach and termination.

The Firm’s professionals have been involved in many cases, which have concluded with the former employee stopping the competitive activity, returning the amount paid to the employer and compensation for damages sustained due to the competition.

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