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Sarah Horstmann Discusses Enforcing Noncompetition and Nonsolicitation Agreements for ABA's Sound Advice Podcast

March 18, 2021

Sarah Horstmann, partner in Maslon's Litigation Group, has recorded a Sound Advice podcast for the American Bar Association titled "Enforcing Noncompetition and Nonsolicitation Agreements Against a Multi-State Workforce." Sarah provides a five-step framework for employers with multi-state workforces to determine how to best position themselves to enforce noncompetition and nonsolicitation agreements with their employees, given the increased restrictions on these agreements in various states..

To listen, go to: American Bar Association – "Enforcing Noncompetition and Nonsolicitation Agreements Against a Multi-State Workforce."

Sarah represents clients in complex litigation matters, including business torts and contract disputes, with a particular emphasis on non-competition and trade secret litigation. She has extensive experience helping clients protect their valuable business assets when an employee, a former employee, or a competitor steals confidential information or violates a non-competition or non-solicitation covenant. Sarah has practiced in state and federal courts across the country as well as the Minnesota appellate courts and Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.

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