Massachusetts legislators are considering a proposal that will ban non-competition agreements for all employers – a measure that has legal experts cautioning employers to prepare.

Massachusetts House Bill 4045, filed by Governor Deval Patrick in April as “an act to promote growth and opportunity” by fostering education, innovation and infrastructure, also suggests that any current non-compete agreements are worth as much as the paper they are printed on.

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