Non-competition agreements—or non-competes as they are routinely referred to—are common and are regularly enforced and upheld by Florida courts.  A non-compete is designed to limit what an employee can or cannot do both while employed by a business and after the employment relationship ends although non-competes can apply to persons other than those merely defined

On October 19, 2011, the Appellate Division affirmed a trial court’s decision that abrasive, abusive, and condescending conduct toward employees does not, on its own, equate to a hostile work environment claim if the workplace conditions were the same for men and women. In other words, while the law protects against harassment motivated by a