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Reasonably Restrictive: Narrow Non-Competition & Appropriate Non-Solicitation

Paula Puddy, HBA LLB MBA

This Frontenac Law Association (FLA) program is presented by Eytan Rip, and covers restrictive covenants within employment law.

Tune into this seminar presentation and watch as Eytan Rip discusses the new amendments to the Employment Standards Act (ESA), the ban on non-competition agreements, and the exceptions to the prohibition.

Eyton Rip explains the changes to Ontario law that prohibit non-competition clauses, how to tell whether a non-solicitation clause is reasonably enforceable, and underlines the narrow circumstances under which a non-competition clause may be enforceable. Eytan Rip notes that these reforms to the ESA do not retroactively void previous non-compete agreements. He also gives valuable instructions on how employment lawyers can update a termination provision if desired.

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