Is a Non-Compete Agreement Worth the Paper It Is Written On?

When it comes to the tow business, the answer is…it depends. I would say as a general rule, courts disfavor “restrictive covenants” in the workplace. A restrictive covenant is, by definition, something that restricts another from doing something. A covenant not to compete is one example of a restrictive covenant. Typically, they are introduced at the inception of one’s employment and, as a condition of accepting employment, the prospective employee agrees to a number of post-employment conditions, such as non-competing with the company, not soliciting the company’s customers, and otherwise not using the customer’s confidential information.

By |2018-11-15T20:17:47-06:00November 15th, 2018|Other Legal Issues|0 Comments

Minority and Woman Owned Businesses May Have an Advantage When Bidding for Municipal Tow Contracts

Cities throughout the United States receive incentives for doing business with a minority-owned or woman-owned business. This includes minority-owned or woman-owned tow businesses. The law defines these types of businesses as socially and/or economically disadvantaged. So what does this mean for a tow business?

By |2018-11-02T09:44:43-06:00November 2nd, 2018|Other Legal Issues|0 Comments