Kristin M. Koger

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Employers are constantly looking for ways to fortify non-competes against attacks on their enforceability. Narrowing the range of the prohibited activity (“you may not do for a competitor what you did for us”) generally solves the “janitor” problem (“Judge, under the express language of the company’s non-compete, my client, who was the Director of Whatever, could not even work as a janitor for a competitor.”). And explaining how the employee’s access to the employer’s secret sauce…