Court Voids Noncompete Clauses
Professor Mark A. Lemley is quoted in a Daily Journal story about invalidating non-competition clauses in employment contracts:
The high court sided with more than two dozen prominent law professors across the U.S. led by Stanford Law School's Mark A. Lemley. The scholars drafted a friend of the court brief arguing that noncompetition clauses are counterproductive.
"California's strong innovation economy depends critically on the free movement of employees," they wrote.