Restrictive covenants protect against misuse of corporate info

While a unanimous shareholders’ agreement devotes most of its contents to what happens during the life of a business relationship, certain clauses deal with putting restrictions on departing shareholders, says Toronto corporate lawyer Anton Katz.

Katz, principal of Anton M. Katz Barrister & Solicitor, says these types of clauses, known as restrictive covenants, are included in an agreement on the premise that a departing shareholder could become a competitor.

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