Brooks Pierce partners Bryan Starrett, Bill Cary and Beth Langley were recently published in the September issue of Geneva Group International’s (GGI) news magazine, GGI Insider. The magazine features news and developments from across the GGI network, including event highlights, member-related press releases and articles of interest.
The article, entitled “If You Have Employees Who Live or Work in Massachusetts, You Need to Relearn Non-Competes Right Now,” discusses various changes to Massachusetts non-compete legislation and their impact on businesses. The Brooks Pierce team also provided detailed answers and explanations to relevant questions businesses may have when adjusting to the new legislation, along with how to ensure compliance.
GGI is a worldwide alliance of well-established and experienced accounting, consulting and law firms that are committed to providing clients with specialized solutions for their international business needs.
Cary, Langley and Starrett have extensive experience in employment law and litigation. Cary focuses his practice on employment contracting issues, including writing non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, as well as employment practice audits. Langley advises employers on a wide range of issues such as workplace compliance, executive compensation, harassment, employment and non-compete agreements. Starrett counsels on a variety of employment-related matters including wage and hour issues, contracts, policies, privacy matters and non-compete agreements.