Portland Non-Compete & Non-Solicit Agreement Attorney

The Labor and Employment Attorneys at JJH Law Are Portland’s Non-Competition and Non-Solicitation Agreement Experts

Protect your business and make sure your company’s business practices and know-how stay with you. Under Oregon and Washington law, non-competition agreements (NCAs) are presumed unenforceable unless they meet specific legal requirements, so it is essential that your NCA is drafted by a skilled attorney.

 

With strongly drafted non-competition agreements and non-solicitation agreements, you can protect your business from competitors stealing your clients and employees. You and your team should be the only ones who benefit from your hard fought market position.

 

The NCA attorneys at JJH Law can help you draft and create agreements that will hold up in court. Our employment attorneys can also help you fight litigation surrounding non-compete and non-solicitation agreements. They simply know Oregon and Washington and employment labor laws and how to get results.

Create non-compete and non-solicitation agreements that work.

 

The experienced Portland non-compete and non-solicitation attorneys at JJH Law will help protect your business’s long-term interests.

 

Call (503) 552-1467.

JJH Law Non-Compete and Non-Solicitation Agreement Services

Setting Policies

Drafting Agreements

Settling and Fighting Litigation

“I appreciate the JJH Law staff for their efficient service and passion to expedite completion of my legal needs. Joseph and his staff were attentive, genuine, and successful. I have referred friends to the firm and will continue to do so. Thanks!”
– Rob L.

JJH Law’s Labor Agreements

JJH Law has extensive experience helping organizations and individuals throughout Oregon and Washington draft agreements and litigate issues surrounding non-solicitation and non-compete agreements.

 

Non-compete agreements are created to protect businesses from suffering employee losses to direct competitors for a set amount of time. In many cases, this is limited to a geographic area or specific industry.

 

Non-solicitation agreements prevent former employees from stealing clients and business from a former employer and taking them to a new employer or their own new business.

 

Strong agreements are important for ensuring the contracts hold up in court and to prevent for employees leaving and directly competing against you with your own clients and intellectual property.

 

We have a deep understanding of local, state, and federal employment laws, knowing how to draft and defend agreements effectively. We’ll help strengthen your NCAs and help mitigate risk, protecting your business’s long-term success.

 

Whether you have 5 employees or 500, when you work with the attorneys at JJH Law, you’ll partner with a team of professionals committed to your success.

Meet Our Attorneys

Joseph J. Haddad, Lead Attorney
Areas of Expertise: Complex business litigation, dispute resolution

Taylor Duty, Associate Attorney
Areas of Expertise: Business and corporate law, mergers, and acquisitions

Cara Defilippis, Associate Attorney
Areas of Expertise: Business Transactional and Formation, Employment Law, Restaurant Counseling & Advice

Find us in Portland’s Pearl District:

514 NW 11th Ave, #201
Portland, OR 97209

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Multi-State Representation & Alternative Hybrid Fee Structure

JJH Law is proud to represent small and large businesses throughout Oregon and Washington.

 

To promote a more efficient and transparent lawyer-client relationship, we offer a unique hybrid billing structure. It’s one of the many ways we stand apart from other non-compete and non-solicitation attorneys in the Pacific Northwest!

 

Not only does this structure let us provide legal representation tailored to your needs, goals, and budget, it also helps set clear expectations for the level and breadth of representation.

Schedule a Consultation Today

 

Call (503) 552-1467 and meet with an experienced non-compete and non-solicitation attorney. Your consultation is always confidential.