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Non-Compete Litigation Attorneys

Commercial Litigation Attorneys

In today’s litigious business environment, non-compete clauses and agreements are commonplace. Most often affecting employees and employers, and involving a legally binding agreement that the employee will not enter into competition with the employer after the employee-employer relationship ends, non-compete agreements may be the source of serious disputes and lawsuits.

Edelboim Lieberman Revah Oshinsky PLLC delivers experienced legal counsel in relation to non-compete disputes. In this complex arena, we draw upon over four decades of legal experience not only in corporate law and commercial litigation but in bankruptcy and real estate law as well. We take advantage of our understanding of all of these key practice areas to provide more effective representation in and out of the courtroom. With a Miami commercial litigation attorney on your side, you have the opportunity to ensure the full protection of your rights through non-compete litigation.

Contact our firm today at (305) 768-9909 for a free initial review of your case.

Resolving Disputes for Breaches of Non-Compete Agreements

Whether you have been accused of violating a non-compete agreement or have suffered losses due to another’s violation, you can find experienced counsel in a Miami commercial litigation attorneys at Edelboim Lieberman Revah Oshinsky PLLC. Non-compete litigation is complicated and may affect business partners, employees, employers, and shareholders, depending on the situation and the nature of the agreement in question. Our team of legal advisers knows how to protect your interests, no matter your role to the agreement.

In handling non-compete litigation, we may consider:

  • Is the non-compete clause or agreement enforceable?
  • Is the non-compete agreement unreasonable or overbroad?
  • Is some other aspect of the contract unenforceable, affecting its validity?
  • Did the alleged violation actually occur?
  • Was there an actual violation of the non-compete clause, based on the terms or language of the contract?

Find out more about your options and rights regarding non-compete litigation by calling our team at (305) 768-9909.

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