In an article available on the BECI website, Thierry Duquesne and Zoé Harles explore the conditions necessary for the enforceability of non-compete clauses and delve into the temporal and geographic limitations imposed by these clauses, emphasising the importance of clear and precise drafting to avoid ambiguity and disputes.
Navigating the legal intricacies of non-compete clauses requires a delicate balance between protecting business interests and respecting employee rights in today’s dynamic work environment.
Zoé Harles

Non-compete clauses, although standard in many employment contracts, often fail to meet legal standards or are inadvertently overlooked by employers during employee transitions. These oversights can result in significant financial liabilities for companies, highlighting the necessity of a comprehensive understanding of these clauses.

The article is available in Dutch and French.

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