Covenants Not to Compete and Not to Solicit Can be Enforced in Georgia

Joel Beck discusses a recent Court of Appeals of Georgia opinion that affirmed an injunction against a former employee of a business to prevent violations of a covenant not to compete and a covenant not to solicit. As discussed in this video and post, restrictive covenants in Georgia, if done correctly, can be enforced by the Georgia courts.

Georgia Records Restriction: Sealing Non-Conviction Criminal Records

Those with criminal charges against them in Georgia, that concluded without a restriction, may wish to seek to have the criminal history record information about the matter restricted, and the court file sealed, where possible under Georgia law, so that information about the matter does not prevent them from gaining employment, interfere with their business, or otherwise impact their livelihood.

Employers: Using Restrictive Covenants to Help Protect Business Interests

Business owners or employers may have questions about whether restrictive covenants, such as a covenant not to compete or a covenant not to solicit clients, can be enforced under Georgia law. In today's post and video, attorney Joel Beck shares some thoughts about these covenants as a way to help protect business interests.