Staffing Agency Non-Compete Agreements

Florida non-compete and trade secrets attorney Jonathan Pollard discusses non-compete agreements in the staffing and recruiting industry. Although there are certain exceptions, in many instances, non-compete agreements in the staffing industry should be unenforceable due to a lack of legitimate business interest.

This discussion draws from a recent case pitting the staffing agency KForce against a rival Beacon Hill. Specific sub-topics discussed include lack of confidential information in the staffing and recruiting industry, lack of protectable customer relationships and exceptional circumstances where a non-compete should be enforced.

Jonathan Pollard is a trial lawyer and litigator based on Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He focuses his practice on defending non-compete and trade secret claims.  Jonathan has been interviewed about non-compete issues by reporters from INC Magazine, the BBC, the National Federation of Independent Business and The Tampa Bay Times.  He is licensed in all Florida federal and state courts and routinely represents clients in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Fort Myers, Tampa, Orlando and Jacksonville. His office can be reached at 954-332-2380.

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