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Category: Contracts

When Covenants Not to Compete and NDAs Reach Too Far

South Carolina courts are clear in their general dislike of covenants not to compete and any provisions that restrict an individual’s ability to work. They are also clear in their...

Why You Need to Read the Fine Print: A Cautionary Tale

You know you should read “the fine print” of every contract and agreement you sign, but do you? We sometimes assume that there’s nothing truly important happening in the fine...

How South Carolina Courts View Covenants Not to Compete

On the surface, covenants not to compete look simple. One party agrees not to compete against another party – either by working for a competing company, or by starting their...

How to Protect Your Interests With Enforceable Covenants Not to Compete

South Carolina is a state that values an individual’s freedom to work. Because of that, it does not look kindly on contracts that try to restrict a person from working....

How A Buy-Sell Agreement Is Like Monopoly

Imagine sitting down with someone to play Monopoly, and it’s the first time ever for both of you. What do you do first? After you each pick a token –...

5 Ways A Business Lawyer Helps Grow And Protect Your Business

Business law, or corporate law, is the application of law to the business world. The two are completely intertwined at all times. For that reason, as a business owner you...
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