Macchia's Article on Permissible Uses of Non-Competes Published in Indiana Lawyer

Taft partner Melissa Macchia authored the article “The chipping away at permissible uses of non-competes,” which was published on March 13 in The Indiana Lawyer. The article explains how different states evaluate the reasonableness of non-competes and the stance that the current federal administration has taken regarding the use of non-competes. The article also highlights the ways in which an employer can still use non-competes to protect its business and some pit-falls to avoid in drafting andor enforcing those provisions.

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Macchia serves as the Employment and Labor Relations practice group lead for the Indianapolis office and is also a member of Taft’s Commercial Litigation practice group. She focuses her practice primarily in the areas of employment-related matters and litigation, as well as complex commercial litigation. Macchia has successfully handled a variety of significant matters involving employment disputes, restrictive covenant and trade secret claims, litigation arising from mergers, acquisitions and other strategic transactions, commercial contracts, and shareholder disputes.

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