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Navigating Prenuptial Agreements Amicably with Your Partner

In the United States, there are over 1,000 federal benefits, rights, and privileges associated with marital status.  Such benefits include tax-free transfers of property, inheritance rights, health insurance coverage, and immigration benefits, among others.   Other common types of benefits that often go unrecognized until a dissolution of marriage or the death of a spouse include… Read More

Enforceability of Restrictive Covenants in New York

A non-competition agreement is a contract that an individual, often an employee, enters into with another party, often an employer, in which the individual agrees not to offer or engage in services that are competitive with the other party.  A non-solicitation agreement is a contract in which an individual, often an employee, enters into with… Read More

Employer Remedies for Violations of Restrictive Covenants in New York: Unjust Enrichment

            An agreement containing a restrictive covenant is an agreement in which one party agrees to limit his conduct in exchange for a benefit.  Two common types of restrictive covenants include agreements not to compete and agreements not to solicit.  A non-competition agreement is a contract that an individual, often an employee, enters into with… Read More

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