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Non-Compete Abuse

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Janitor Non-Compete Agreements. Yep. That’s a Thing.

Proving once again that corporate greed knows no limits, real estate firm Cushman Wakefield recently sued a former janitor, Sonia Mercado, for violating a non-compete agreement. The Washington Post broke the story. Immediately thereafter, following public outcry and a rash of negative publicity, Cushman caved and agreed to drop the lawsuit.  Although that is a … Continue reading

WeWork Runs Scared, Drops Abusive Non-Competes After State AG Threat

In a turn of events that should surprise no one, the bro-ed out start-up WeWork has caught heat for abusing employee non-compete agreements. That’s right. While holding itself as new wave, disruptive, and collaborative, WeWork has simultaneously required every single one of its 7,500 employees to sign an agreement containing a non-compete provision. This includes … Continue reading

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