Wall & Main: New noncompete law makes Massachusetts more startup-friendly

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On Aug.10, Gov. Charlie Baker made history by signing an economic bill that changed the state’s noncompete law, which had blocked employees from going to work at competing firms or starting their own companies for a period of six months or more.

While the new noncompete law is an improvement, it’s a compromise that favors big business over startups, venture capitalists, and employees.

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