JacksonWhite Law – Mesa, AZ

Our award-winning Employment Law team is passionate about every single case and they work diligently to get outstanding results. JacksonWhite Law offers a full range of legal services to assist individuals, families and businesses in achieving success through out the state of Arizona on a wide range of legal matters.

When you take a job in the state of Arizona, you may be asked to sign a non-compete agreement. If you are a business owner with a job to offer, you may use a non-compete agreement to protect your interests and your proprietary information.

No matter which side of the employer/employee relationship you are coming from, it is important to understand what non-compete agreements are, how they are used, and how they can benefit both individual employees and business owners. Here are some of the key things to understand about non-compete agreements in the state of Arizona.

If you are seeking a new job with an Arizona-based employer, you could be asked to sign a non-compete agreement as a condition of employment. If you are currently working for an Arizona firm, your boss may ask you to sign a non-compete agreement, offering a raise, promotion or bonus as an enticement.

If you are the business owner, you may use a non-compete agreement to protect your interests and shield your proprietary information from competitors. No matter what the situation, understanding what non-compete agreements are, how they work and what it takes to enforce them, is valuable information to have.

Call our Employment Law team at (480) 405-5178 to discuss your case today.

40 N. Center St, Suite 200 Mesa, AZ 85201

5635 N. Scottsdale Rd, Suite 170 Scottsdale, AZ 85250

7972 W. Thunderbird Rd, Suite 105 Peoria, AZ 85381

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Simply put, we know Florida non-compete law backwards and forwards. If you are considering a non-compete attorney, please give us a call at (800) 698-6650.