Employee non-compete agreements have long played an important role in employers’ ability to protect confidential and trade secret information. However, recognizing the distinct advantage employers often enjoy in negotiating such agreements, there has been a well-documented trend in recent years toward greater scrutiny of—and even hostility toward—employee non-competes.
Manoah Marton is a litigation associate in Orrick's Orange County office.
Manoah earned his law degree from UCLA School of Law, where he served as a Managing Editor on the UCLA Law Review. He also earned his B.A. summa cum laude from Concordia University Irvine in History & Political Thought. Prior to joining Orrick, Manoah served as a full-time extern to Judge Charles R. Eskridge III in the Southern District of Texas.