Employment contracts often contain non-competition, non-solicitation and termination of employment clauses. These clauses, which become important when an employee's job is terminated, raise several questions:
• What is the advisability of providing such clauses in employment contracts?
• What are the constraints imposed on employers who want such clauses in their employment contracts?
• How can employers protect themselves against potential competition from an employee who has resigned?
Our speakers will address these and other issues.
This activity is recognized as meeting the mandatory continuing education requirements of the Québec Bar.