How enforceable is a non-compete? Generally speaking, non-compete agreements are enforceable. Is a non-compete valid if you are fired? Usually, yes. Do non-compete agreements hold up? When written correctly, yes. How long does a non-compete agreement last? As a general rule, non-compete agreements that last two years or less are considered reasonable.
While a non-solicitation clause that prohibits a sales employee from soliciting all company customers may sometimes be justified, most of the time it is much more reasonable to limit the non-solicitation restraint only to the customers and prospective customers with whom the sales employee directly interacted rather than every customer in the company’s database.
Last month, a Texas Court of Appeals denied an insurance agency’s application for a temporary injunction against its former President because it held that the
Last week, the Fifth Court of Appeals of Texas in U.S. Risk Insurance Group, Inc. et al. v. Woods reminded us again that a non-competition agreement must be reasonable and