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Can a Court Rewrite a Non-Compete Agreement?
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,
What is Proper Consideration for Texas Non-Compete Agreements?
For a non-compete agreement to be enforceable, an employer must give an employee something of value in exchange for his or her promise not to
What is a “Reasonable” Non-Competition Agreement?
In Texas, “the hallmark of enforcement [of non-compete agreement] is whether or not the covenant is reasonable.”
Non-Compete Agreements: Garbage In, Garbage Out
A confusing, ambiguous, or imprecise non-compete agreement will yield poor results in court. In other words: garbage in, garbage out.
A Famous Dallas Chef Defeats an Injunction Based on “Unclean Hands” Defense, Can Now Use His Name
The unclean hands defense “allows a court to decline to grant equitable relief, such as an injunction, to a party whose conduct in connection with the same matter or transaction has been unconscientious, unjust, or marked by a want of good faith, or one who has violated the principles of equity and righteous dealing.”