University of Baltimore Law Review


This article pro vides the Maryland lawyer with a practical guide for drafting restrictive covenants in employment agreements. The authors begin with a thorough analysis of the Maryland case law addressing this subject area. They recommend the types of provisions which will provide an employer with maximum protection against future competition by departing employees. The writers conclude with a section on suggested drafting techniques, keeping in mind that such provisions may have to withstand judicial scrutiny should litigation occur.

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