August 5, 2016 via Law360 – Life Sciences
A Texas-based medical information services company will no longer require all of its New York employees to sign noncompete agreements, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said Thursday, noting that his office and the company had reached an agreement following a complaint by a former company employee. Under the terms of the agreement, Examination Management Services Inc., or EMSI, agreed to stop using noncompetes for most New York employees, except for top executives. These agreements barred employees from working with competitors after leaving the company, regardless of whether or not they had access to trade secrets or other sensitive information.
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