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CPA Firm Partners - Some Thoughts About Restrictive Covenants

May 2015

The CPA Journal,  "The Increased Importance of Non-Compete Agreements for Accounting Firms

This article examines several recent court cases involving accountants and demonstrates the importance for an accounting firm of updating its firm-wide restrictive covenants for its managers and partners to fully protect both the client relationships and employees of the firm. The article also provides practical tips to help accounting firms avoid liability when interviewing and hiring accountants with pre-existing non-competes from their prior employers.

For further information regarding this article or Davis & Gilbert's legal practice, please contact Michael Lasky at mlasky@dglaw.com.

Robert Fligel

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