Thomson Reuters Practical Law has released the 2019 update to “Non-Compete Laws: Connecticut,” a Practice Note co-authored with David S. Poppick and Carol J. Faherty.
See below to download it in PDF format—following is an excerpt:
OVERVIEW OF STATE NON-COMPETE LAW
1. If non-competes in your jurisdiction are governed by statute(s) or regulation(s), identify the state statute(s) or regulation(s) governing:
- Non-competes in employment generally.
- Non-competes in employment in specific industries or professions.
GENERAL STATUTE AND REGULATION
Connecticut has no statute or regulation that governs non-competes generally. Most non-compete agreements in Connecticut are governed by case law.
INDUSTRY- OR PROFESSION-SPECIFIC STATUTE OR REGULATION
Security Guards: Conn. Gen. Stat. Ann. § 31-50a
In the security industry, Conn. Gen. Stat. Ann. § 31-50a governs non-compete agreements.
Click here to download the PDF “Non-Compete Laws Connecticut.”