Cory Sully Quoted in Canadian HR Reporter Article on Restrictive Covenants & Non-compete Clauses
Lawson Lundell lawyer Cory Sully was quoted in an article by the Canadian HR Reporter about a recent case that saw a B.C. court uphold a non-compete clause against a former employee of a real estate licence school in Vancouver who sought to establish a competing school in the same area.
Highlighting the difficulty in enforcing restrictive covenants Cory explained that, “they're putting significant restraints on an employee's ability to find employment once their employment has been terminated. They're seen as prima facie unenforceable, so the onus is on the employer… to show that they are reasonable.”
Read the full article here.