One of the best ways for an employer to protect its investment in an employee is through an enforceable non-solicitation/ non-competition agreement. A common question that employers and employees have is whether such agreements are enforceable. While Indiana law recognizes the enforceability of non-competition agreements, the are generally disfavored by the courts. Therefore it is imperative that the parties to these agreements understand what the courts will find reasonable, and the circumstances under which such agreements may be held unenforceable. Blackwell, Burke and Ramsey has experience drafting and negotiating these types of agreements on behalf of both employers and employees, and has litigated numerous cases involving such agreement, including a leading case on non-completion agreements that was successfully argued to the Indiana Supreme Court.