Andrew P. Botti, a Director of the law firm of McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton Professional Association recently contributed to an article for the Worcester Business Journal on the proposed state ban on non-compete agreements.
In particular, Mr. Botti addresses the shortfalls of the Uniform Trade Secrets Act, and its complex approach to protecting intellectual property, being proposed by the Patrick Administration as a viable alternative to non-compete agreements.
Mr. Botti is the author of “Free Market Competition or Treason? Employee Duty of Loyalty, A Precis for the Corporate Executive,” which contains a history of legislative efforts to change the non-compete law in Massachusetts.
The full article can be accessed on the Worcester Business Journal website.
Mr. Botti can be reached at [email protected] or at McLane’s Woburn office at 781-904-2692.
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