2006 New York Code - Certain Employment Contracts Void.



 
    § 5-301. Certain  employment  contracts  void.  Every  undertaking  or
  promise, whether written or oral, express or  implied,  constituting  or
  contained,  in any contract or agreement of hiring or employment between
  any individual,  firm,  company,  association  or  corporation  and  any
  employee  or  prospective employee of the same, whereby (a) any employee
  or prospective employee undertakes or promises to join, become or remain
  a member of a company union; or (b) either party  to  such  contract  or
  agreement undertakes or promises not to join, become, or remain a member
  of  any  labor  organization  or  any  organization of employers; or (c)
  either party to such contract or agreement undertakes or  promises  that
  he  will  withdraw  from  the  employment  relation in the event that he
  joins, becomes or remains a member of any labor organization or  of  any
  organization  of  employers, is hereby declared to be contrary to public
  policy and wholly void and shall not afford any basis for  the  granting
  of  legal  or  equitable  relief  by  any  court against a party to such
  undertaking or promise, or against any other  persons  who  may  advise,
  urge or induce, without fraud, violence, or threat thereof, either party
  thereto to act in disregard of such undertaking or promise.

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