Feb 06,2020 | 15 min read

Post Employment Restrictive Covenants- How Much Enforceable?

Author - EquiCorp Associates

The legislations governing several aspects of the employer-employee relationship are so complicated and ambiguous, that they yield in litigation rather than to provide a clear way out. Moreover, non-disclosure and non-solicitation have not yet been addressed through legislation in India, thus warranting recourse to judicial interpretation and common law.

In an attempt to protect their interests, trade secrets, confidential information, every employer execute employment agreement and impose post-employment restrictive covenants such as notice period, exit formality, non-solicitation, non-compete and others before final exit from the employer.

However, to enforce post-employment restrictive covenants had become a challenging task for the employers...« Read more »

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Aashish Srivastava

Aashish regularly advises clients on Private Equity, Funds& Investment Transactions, Technology, E-Commerce, Fintech, Banking & Financial Services, Corporate & Commercial Advisory, Taxation, Risk & Compliance. He regularly advises Indian & international investors and startups on their business in India. Aashish is a mentor to a number of start-ups, social entrepreneurs as well as non-profit organisations in India. He currently serves on a number of advisory boards in an honorary capacity.