DGL Attorneys At Law Non Competes


Employers may require employees to sign noncompetition agreements or confidentiality agreements that restrict what they can do after they leave employment with the company. These post-employment restrictions are now governed by the new Georgia Restrictive Covenant Act. The new law allows courts to enforce noncompete agreements in certain circumstances to the extent the court finds the restrictions to be reasonable. Employees leaving one company to work for another may have to review the restrictions they agreed to during their employment. Often, these kinds of cases can result in immediate litigation when an employer seeks an injunction prohibiting a former employee from going to work for a competitor.

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    "I appreciate everything DGL has done for my family."
    They were very helpful. Cindy was friendly and always communicated what was going on with my case.
    - Noelia M.
    "He cares, he listens, and he gets you the best results."
    Tony Delcampo is definitely the best lawyer to have on your side.
    - Andrea F.
    "Great firm!"
    Friendly and understanding, will work for you!
    - Jhonathan R.
What Sets Us Apart

Why Choose DGL Attorneys At Law?

  • Your Case Will Be Handled with Care by a Partner of Our Firm
  • We Apply All of Our Attention and Resources to Prepare Your Case
  • Attorney DelCampo Is a Current President of the Georgia State Bar
  • Attorney DelCampo Was the First Hispanic Georgia State Judge; Attorney Lopez Was the Second
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