Non-Compete Laws: Tennessee

A Q&A guide to non-compete agreements between employers and employees for private employers in Tennessee. This Q&A addresses enforcement and drafting considerations for restrictive covenants such as post-employment covenants not to compete and non-solicitation of customers and employees. Federal, local, or municipal law may impose additional or different requirements. Answers to questions can be compared across a number of jurisdictions (see Non-Compete Laws: State Q&A Tool).

Robbin W. Hutton, and Frank L. Day, Ford & Harrison LLP, with Practical Law Labor & Employment


 

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