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Employees often have questions when they’re presented some kind of employment contract by their employer. Employers will present employees often with something that’s called a ‘restrictive covenant’, which is a non-compete, or a contract for certain term of employment that should always be reviewed by an attorney. You agreed to waive certain rights whenever you sign a contract with your employer and you should know specifically what those rights were and what protections you are waiving.

If you require strong legal representation for matters of employment law, personal injury, real estate, or criminal defense, contact an experienced attorney at the Vigilante Law Firm, P.C. today to schedule an initial consultation.

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