What to Do If an Ex-Employee Is Violating a Non-Compete

As a business owner, if you have discovered that an ex-employee has violated the terms of their non-compete agreement, this article will explain how Demand Letters can help you send a cease and desist letter to protect your interests.  Many employers require employees to agree to various restrictive covenants to protect their companies from the leakage of sensitive business information and the theft of intellectual property and to prevent unfair advantages for their competitors. A non-compete clause restricts employees from starting or joining a competing business. Employers desire non-compete agreements because they want to invest in their employees through training… ( Read Full Article… )

What Is a Cease and Desist Letter and How Do I Send One?

If you’re wondering what a cease and desist letter is and how you can send one, you’ve come to the right place. In this article we will explain in layman’s terms: What exactly a cease and desist letter is, What situations they typically address, What is included in a cease and desist letter, Who can send a cease and desist letter, and How you can have an attorney send one on your behalf for a low, flat fee.   What Is a Cease and Desist Letter? In simple terms, a cease and desist letter is a letter that is sent to… ( Read Full Article… )

How to Send a Demand Letter If Someone Owes You Money

It can be a terrible feeling when someone owes you money and you start sensing they’re giving you the runaround. Someone – or maybe a company – may owe you money for a variety of reasons. Perhaps you made a loan, performed a job, sold an item or are owed for damages to your person or property.  If the other side is ignoring you or simply refusing to pay, this article will discuss how a demand letter can help recoup what is owed to you. We will also discuss how you can have a lawyer send a demand letter for… ( Read Full Article… )

What Is a Demand Letter and How to Send One

In this article we will explain in simple terms what a demand letter is and how you can find a lawyer to send one on your behalf for a reasonable flat fee.  What Is a Demand Letter? In a nutshell, a demand letter is a letter sent to a person or business formally demanding something, such as payment. For example, if you had an agreement with someone to pay you for a service or job and were stiffed on the bill, you could send a demand letter insisting on payment. A demand letter could be sent to collect an unpaid… ( Read Full Article… )