Unlike many other states around the country, Texas did not see any drastic changes in its non-competition laws in 2018. However, out of a 100 + cases involving non-competition disputes, the following handful stand out either because they addressed a novel issue or clarified an area of confusion in this gray area of the law.
Last Tuesday, Stormy Daniels, a porn star, sued President Trump seeking to declare her 2016 confidentiality agreement with him unenforceable and void so that she can tell the world about her affair with the President back in 2006. Here’s why she may lose.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act prohibits companies from claiming tax deduction for confidential settlements paid for sexual harassment and abuse and the related lawyer’s fees.
On Tuesday, the White House issued a call to action to state policymakers to do the following: 1. Ban non-compete clauses for categories of workers,
With so many companies moving their headquarters from California to Texas in the recent years, non-compete disputes involving employees and employers who have ties to both
Generally, Texas allows non-compete agreements between employers and employees as long as they are reasonable in scope, geographic area, and term, and meet a few other