In Texas, the reason for termination of employment – whether it was for cause, without cause, a layoff, a reduction in force, or any other reason – does not affect the enforceability of a non-compete agreement. Therefore, employers should not assume that non-competition agreements are no longer enforceable and must carefully approach enforcement of such agreements against departing employees as well as the hiring of new employees who may be still bound by non-competition agreements with their former employers.
On February 7, 2020, the American Medical Association submitted a letter to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) concerning non-compete agreements in the workplace and urged
Are non-compete agreements with physicians enforceable in Texas? Yes, if they are written correctly. What are the requirements for non-competes to be enforceable against physicians
An increasing number of companies are asking their employees to fill out and accept employment paperwork online through portals set up by employers precisely for
In Texas, courts can rewrite non-compete agreements to make them more reasonable. This process is called “reformation.” There are certain statutory limitations on when, how,
While Texas allows non-compete agreements that are reasonable and meet the requirements of the Texas Covenants Not to Compete Act, the courts in this state