In A Virtual World, Should Courts Still Require Geographical Limitations For Restrictive Covenants?
24 March 2023
Peckar & Abramson PC
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Lauren Rayner Davis, senior associate in
P&A's Labor and Employment Practice, co-authored the
article "In a Virtual World, Should Courts Still Require
Geographical Limitations for Restrictive Covenants?" This
article written for the New Jersey Law Journal discusses whether courts
should still require geographical limitations for restrictive
covenants in this new post-pandemic virtual world.
To read more of Laurens and her co-author's insights,
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