April 18, 2022  |  Events

Cades Schutte Employment Law & Labor Relations and Litigation Attorneys to Speak on The Future of Non-Competes and Non-Solicitations Clauses in Hawai‘i

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Paul M. Saito and Mallory T. Martin will speak at a Hawaii Employers Council webinar on May 19 titled “The Future of Non-Compete and Non-Solicitations Clauses.”

A Hawai‘i Supreme Court decision in February (Prudential Locations, LLC v. Gagnon, Docket Number: SCWC-16-0000890) on the topic of post-employment restrictive covenants has provided some clarity and direction for how employers in Hawai‘i should approach, develop, and if needed, enforce such post-employment restrictive covenants.

A post-employment restrictive covenant is a widely used contractual clause restricting a terminating employee from engaging in various competitive activities for a defined, post-employment period. The two most common types of covenants are the non-compete and non-solicitation clauses.

Find more details regarding the webinar and how to register here.