Spark Capital Backs Brownsberger’s Bill to Ban Non-Competes

From Xconomy:

Boston’s Spark Capital came out publicly today in favor of Massachusetts House Bill 1794, which would outlaw non-compete agreements in employment contracts in the state. The venture firm has been vocal on the issue for some time—its partners helped found theAlliance for Open Competition and sent Governor Deval Patrick an open letter opposing non-compete clauses in 2007—so it’s no surprise to see Spark backing the new bill, filed by State Representative Will Brownsberger in January.

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