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Colin A. Thakkar

KM Attorney
Jacksonville

P 904-638-2655
F 904-638-2656
Colin.Thakkar@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

Colin Thakkar is the Knowledge Management (“KM”) Attorney for Jackson Lewis P.C.’s Non-Competes and Protection Against Unfair Competition Practice Group, and is based in the Jacksonville, Florida, office. In his role, Mr. Thakkar serves as a subject-matter expert on restrictive covenant agreements and unfair competition litigation; creates and manages legal and electronic resources and materials to provide innovative client services; serves as a resource for other practice group members; monitors and analyzes regulatory and case law developments; and contributes to the firm’s blogs and legal updates.

Since 2005, Mr. Thakkar has represented and counseled employers nationwide with regard to federal, state, and local employment laws. In addition to representing companies in non-compete, non-solicitation, and other unfair competition lawsuits, he has defended employers against claims alleging discrimination, unpaid wages, ERISA violations, and other employment-related matters. Mr. Thakkar also has significant experience representing and advising employers regarding traditional labor law issues, including labor arbitrations, unfair labor practice charges, and the interpretation of collective bargaining agreements.

Honors and Recognitions

Professional Associations and Activities

  • Indo-US Chamber of Commerce of Northeast Florida
  • Jacksonville Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division
  • Society for Human Resource Management

Pro Bono and Community Involvement

  • College of William and Mary Alumni Association, President of Northeast Florida Alumni Group
  • Episcopal Diocese, Jacksonville, Founding Member of Refugee Outreach Committee

See AllBlog Posts by Colin A. Thakkar

Clear as Mud: Illinois Courts Continue to Grapple With The “Adequacy” Of Consideration for Non-Compete Agreements
November 9, 2017

It is axiomatic that a contract requires consideration to be binding. Read More

Georgia Court of Appeals Confirms Non-Solicitation of Employees Covenant Need Not Have Geographic or Material Contact Language
October 18, 2017

As previously noted in Jackson Lewis’ Non-Compete & Trade Secrets Report, Georgia adopted legislation governing restrictive covenant agreements entered into on or after May 11, 2011. Read More

By Colin A. Thakkar and Adriana Midence

Continued Employment Isn’t Always Sufficient – Minnesota Requires Additional Consideration For Non-Compete With Current Employee
October 17, 2017

The Minnesota federal district court recently refused to enforce a non-compete agreement, in part, because the employer failed to establish that the agreement was supported by valuable consideration.  The decision, issued on October 6, 2017 in Mid-America Business Systems, v. Sanderson et. al., Case No. Read More