The New York Legislature’s passage last week of a noncompete ban could accelerate already-percolating efforts across the country to pass similar measures, employment attorneys say.

Gov. Kathy Hochul hasn’t said whether she will sign the measure, which would impose a blanket ban on all future noncompete agreements. New York would be the fifth state to impose a noncompete ban, joining California, Oklahoma, North Dakota and Minnesota.

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