How To Enforce Non-Compete Agreements
You work hard to keep your business profitable and among the best in your industry. Don’t let former employees steal your customers, information, and trade secrets. Contrary to the opinions of some, non-compete agreements and non-disclosure agreements can be enforced by legal means and/or investigation efforts.
Whether you have a small business in St. Paul, MN or have a global presence in Minneapolis, MN, when a former employee takes business from you, it is a type of theft. PHENIX Investigations can help.
PHENIX has developed a process that works for some of the top brands in the country. We can often minimize your legal costs and the long delays experienced by the legal system. In most cases, we can confirm evidence of theft (contract violation or business interference), obtain admissions of the violation, and often get restitution so you pay nothing for our investigation efforts. All of this can usually be completed in a matter of days.
Don't take our word for it, just ask the hundreds of business leaders who we've helped over our 20+ years of investigation services.
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Your Three Options To Resolve Theft:
CALL THE POLICE ?
Creates Risk and Public Exposure.
Your local police do not have the resources, experience, or manpower to resolve a private matter within your business. Calling the police also exposes your issue to the public and puts your company at risk of a lawsuit for wrongful termination.
CONTACT AN ATTORNEY ?
Expensive. Slow results.
An attorney seems like the next logical choice, right? Well only if you are okay with a mounting legal bills and an ongoing case that can take months (or years) of litigation. That's the reality in most of the theft cases when attorneys get involved. There are rarely any winners.
HIRE PHENIX ?
PHENIX resolves your issue confidentially, professionally, and often at minimal expense to you. There are no legal costs, no wrongful termination issues, and no lengthy cases. In fact, some of our clients get paid back for their loss with our restitution agreements.
How is this possible? Read on, and just ask our clients.