Drafting Customer Nonsolicitation Provisions In NY

Law360, New York (March 21, 2014, 12:36 AM EDT) -- A recent New York Appellate Division First Department decision, TBA Global LLC v. Proscenium Events LLC, et al., Index Nos. 10948, 651171/12, (1st Dept Feb. 5, 2014, may not answer all questions about drafting enforceable nonsolicitation provisions, but it does shed some light on the current state of New York law.

The Lower Court Decision

The case was brought by TBA Global LLC, a live events marketing company that arranges and produces live event programs and marketing presentations for companies and products, against three former employees and their new company. Each of the former employees was subject to a nonsolicitation contract....

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