A recent New York Court of Appeals ruling upholding partial enforceability of an accounting firm’s noncompete agreement is expected to prompt more employers to impose similar agreements on employees who interact with company clients, according to employment attorneys.

The decision, BDO Seidman v Hirshberg, could also encourage courts faced with overly broad noncompete agreements to consider partial enforcement as an alternative to complete invalidation.

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