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By Jason Shinn | Michigan Employment Law Advisor | March 4, 2015
A proposed Michigan House Bill was recently introduced that would significantly limit the use of noncompete agreements (sometimes called covenants not to compete) in Michigan. Such agreements often restrict individuals from working for a competitor or other post-employment activities.
Specifically, State Represntative Peter Lucido (R) introduced HB 4198 on February 12, 2015, which has since been referred to the Committee on Commerce and Trade.