Category Archives: Restrictive Covenants

Case Update: Mason v. Chem-Trend

David Greenwood

In our lastĀ Employment Notes, we told you about a decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal inĀ Mason v. Chem-Trend Limited Partnership. This case dealt with the enforceability of a non-competition clause in the employment context.

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Restrictive Covenants: You Showed Me The Door, And Now You Want My Fidelity?

David Greenwood

Restrictive covenants, such as non-competition agreements, are a common way for employers to try to protect their interests against former employees. Unfortunately, on occasion the covenants provide less protection than the paper they are written on.

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