Employment law in Australia is a dynamic and often contentious legal area governed by a web of interrelated federal, state and common laws.
Restraint of trade is an increasingly significant employment law topic as employers turn to post-employment restraint clauses to prevent employees joining a rival business or starting their own competitor. The law around post-employment obligations and restraints involves multiple considerations for employers seeking to place limits on their employees’ future ventures.
This Practical Law Australia Employment toolkit provides a collection of know-how resources to enable you to navigate the complexities of post-employment obligations.
This toolkit contains:
- Practice note: Confidentiality
- Precedent: Letter to former employee about post-employment obligations
- Checklist: Checklist of information needed to draft an effective restraint of trade