August 5, 2021

Dysart Taylor is pleased to announce director Anne Baggott recently presented on potential changes to non-compete agreements at a July 28 virtual event. The event, What HR Needs to Know About Executive Order on Non-Compete Agreements, was hosted by the Society for Human Resource Management of Greater Kansas City (SHRM-KC). Baggott currently serves on the SHRM-KC Board of Directors.

President Biden issued a sweeping executive order on July 9 with directives to multiple agencies to encourage competitive practices. Biden is asking the Federal Trade Commission to consider enacting regulations to ban or limit non-compete agreements, which restrict where employees can work after leaving a job. Many businesses use non-compete agreements to protect key relationships and trade secrets.

During the webinar, Baggott outlined the possible changes that may happen based on directions in President Biden’s executive order – as well as other relevant state and federal laws – that may affect businesses and written employment agreements.

An experienced employment lawyer, Baggott has a blended practice representing both companies and individuals on all aspects of employment law. She advises and strategically guides businesses and employees through the complex web of workplace laws.

Contact Anne Baggott at 816-931-2700 or with any questions.