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Posted on April 21, 2014

Well-trained employees and the donor base they help to develop are significant assets that a nonprofit organization wants to protect. It is also natural for nonprofits to want to avoid improper use of proprietary information they have shared with their employees. What legal options do nonprofit organizations have to secure these assets? This article details one of those options – the use of restrictive covenants, including non-competition, non-solicitation, non-recruitment, and non-disclosure covenants.