Noncompete agreements raise concerns about effects on entrepreneurship

The amount of litigation involving noncompete agreements has grown in the past decade, research has found, raising concerns that such contract provisions may be inhibiting entrepreneurial activity. "You have slower growth, fewer startups, fewer patents and the loss of brains to jurisdictions that don't enforce the agreements," said Rutgers University law professor Alan Hyde.

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