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If you're thinking of making a job move - or already did - and are terrified about the impact of your non-compete agreement, you're already way ahead of 90% of people in a similar situation - because you're smart to be scared.

Here are some of the questions you may be facing:

  • Will a court deem my non-compete enforceable?
  • What will happen to my new job if I'm sued over my non-compete?
  • What kind of damages can my old employer recover against me if they win on their non-compete claims?
  • How can I limit my exposure, or avoid entirely being sued by my old employer over the non-compete?

Thousands - or Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars - Are Riding on the Answers to These Questions

This is no exaggeration; consider: if you lose your new job, or if your (soon to be) former employer claws back the money they paid you, those are the numbers you are talking about - or worse.

What You Can (& Should) Do About It

At a bare minimum, you should have your non-compete agreement reviewed by an attorney that is knowledgeable and experienced in this area of the law. This way, you can take your next steps aware of the risks involved.

And yes, that is precisely what our firm does.

Value vs. Cost

Let's put this out there, so there's no misunderstanding:

No, we're not cheap, and no, our services aren't for everyone.

But if you recognize the value we provide, in terms of giving you detailed guidance in this intricate area of the law that your immediate professional (and financial) future depends on, and how to change jobs (or starting your own business) in a manner that avoids pitfalls that can (needlessly) cost you tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars, then you've come to the right place.

Bottom Line:

If you are willing to invest $750, you can have your particular non-compete agreement and situation reviewed in a strategy session with the published author of "To Compete or Not to Compete: The Definitive Insider's Guide to Non-Compete Agreements Under New York Law," just fill out the contact form to the right, or below, or simply contact our office, and we'll schedule a time to discuss your particular non-compete.

As a general rule, we review these agreements within one (1) business day.

Added Bonus

As a simple "Thank You" for contacting our office regarding your non-compete agreement, we'll send you a copy of our book - at no charge. And that's true, regardless of whether or not you decide to go forward with the review of the non-compete.


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Jonathan Cooper
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Non-Compete, Trade Secret and School Negligence Lawyer