Tag: Non-Solicitation Agreement

How Enforceable is a Non-Compete? and Other Top Google Questions Answered

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. 

What Are Acceptable Non-Solicitation Restraints for Sales Employees?

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.

A Texas Case Demonstrates Why Using Stock Non-Compete Agreements May Backfire

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 non-compete agreement, as written, did not restrict the President from competing. The agency tried to enforce the non-compete and…

Non-Compete Agreements in Texas: The Devil is in the Details

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 must include a correct entity, or it will not be enforceable. In Woods, an insurance broker signed an Employment, Confidentiality…

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