Employment agreements rarely benefit the employee,” explained Connor D. Jackson, a Chicago healthcare attorney with Jackson LLP. “You need to pay particular attention to restrictive covenants that are often buried in the middle of the document.
So what should you look out for? Nonsolicitation, indemnification, anti-moonlighting, confidentiality, exclusive employment, choice of laws, non-competition, and arbitration clauses are a few examples highlighted in this interview.
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