John D. Cromie, chair of Connell Foley’s Corporate & Business Law Group, is quoted in the March 2016 issue of New Jersey Business Magazine in an article titled “Going from Employee to Entrepreneur.” The article examines the necessary steps and considerations an individual should take when making the move from corporate employee to start-up business owner. Mr. Cromie points out the importance of non-compete, non-solicitation, non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements for both employers and the employees. An individual contemplating leaving the employ of another to start their own venture must be mindful of any restrictions and/or obligations they may have to their employer. Likewise, a new business owner should consider implementing relevant agreements with any employees as they look to grow their business. To read the full article, please click here (see page 52).