Protecting Your Intellectual Property Via Non-Competes

Employee retention may be a top priority at your company, yet turnover is inevitable. When employees jump ship, there is always a concern that company trade secrets could be divulged to competitors. Non-compete agreements can help companies avoid this.

Drafting Non-Compete Agreements for More Than 30 Years

At Coodin & Overson, PLLP, we have more than 30 years of experience helping companies throughout Minnesota take appropriate measures to protect everything they have worked hard to build. Attorney Paul Overson drafts non-compete agreements to restrict employees from spilling company trade secrets or joining a competitor when their relationship with their employer ends. He also has a strong background handling employee contract disputes. His comprehensive background helps him position our clients for the most favorable position possible. Contact our Lake Elmo non-compete agreement lawyers today to protect your company's insider information.

Non-Compete Agreements Can Protect Your Company's Bottom Line

The strength of your company is only as strong as the contracts you have. Without well drafted employment contracts, you risk losing company trade secrets as soon as someone on your team joins one of your competitors. We offer decades of experience in business law. We know what issues to anticipate that left unaddressed could put your company in jeopardy.

Attorney Paul Overson offers comprehensive employment law services to employees and employers to mitigate the potential for future disputes. He is available to:

  • Draft non-compete contractual agreements for Minnesota businesses
  • Negotiate non-compete agreements for executives and other employees
  • Negotiate revisions or buyout for employees or employers
  • Negotiate for companies looking to hire employees restricted by non-compete agreements

Non-compete agreements are often the source of a contested matter. At Coodin & Overson, PLLP, we have the skills and legal resources to protect your company's best interests when disputes occur. If you are looking to enforce a non-compete agreement or fight back against invalid terms, we can help you take the right measures to protect your bottom line. We seek to resolve business disputes outside of litigation. However, we will fight for a courtroom resolution, when in your best interests.

Contact Our Minnesota Business Law Attorneys Today

We can help you take the right measures to protect your company's bottom line through drafting non-compete agreements and other contractual agreements. Contact our Minnesota business law attorneys today for an initial consultation in Lake Elmo. We are committed to representing businesses and employees in St. Paul, Oakdale, Ramsey County, Dakota County, Washington County, and throughout the Twin Cities and Minnesota.