Monthly Archives: June 2013

U.S. District Judge in Massachusetts Declines to Enforce Noncompetes Because the Jobs of Two Employees “Materially Changed”

            If an employee signs a noncompete, non-solicitation, or non-disclosure agreement with his employer, and then gets promoted, makes more money, and has more responsibilities, is the agreement still enforceable?  At least one Massachusetts judge says no.  See Rent-a-PC, Inc. v. March, C.A. No. 13-10978-GAO (D. Mass. May 28, 2013). 

            In the Rent-a-PC case, the plaintiff Rent-a-PC, a company that provides short-term rentals of electronic equipment,… More