Protecting Knowledge And Opportunities

Employers And Employees Can Benefit From A Well-Crafted Agreement

Noncompete clauses are a fact of everyday life in business today. An employer has a legitimate interest in ensuring that the special skills, abilities and knowledge gained as a benefit of working for the employer are not used against the employer. An employee has a legitimate interest in knowing that his or her personal efforts at professional development are portable throughout his or her career stops.

And both have a legitimate interest in gaining the most up-to-date and aggressive legal opinions with respect to the drafting, review and litigating of any noncompete agreement. At The Litigation Boutique LLC, we provide all of our firm's clients with exactly these services. Whether you are an employee or an employer, we can provide you with a legal opinion regarding the terms of your noncompete agreement or legal representation in seeking or defending against preliminary or permanent injunctions.

Adhering To Colorado Law

Colorado law with respect to noncompete agreements is extremely stringent and very particular. To meet these strict standards, we provide our clients with only highly qualified attorneys who are dedicated to providing rigorous legal services to our firm's clients.

With experience from representing noncompete clients across the spectrum, we can provide legal opinions that are responsive to the nuances of both employer and employee issues. As a result, we possess a command of the legal theories available in both defending and in challenging noncompete agreements.

Noncompete agreements receive more and more attention in the courts these days. Neither an employer nor an employee can afford to leave his or her noncompete agreements to chance. Until you have your noncompete agreement reviewed by an attorney from The Litigation Boutique LLC, you should not sign the agreement or offer such an agreement to be signed by an employee.

Contact A Denver Noncompete Law Attorney

For a completely discreet and entirely confidential discussion with one of our Colorado firm's lawyers, please call us at 303-578-2833. You can also schedule your initial appointment by contacting our firm online.