And carefully consider all of the implications of signing a noncompetition clause
Beal had died in 1883, and the basis for the noncompetition clause
had expired with him.
2d at 571-72 (holding a noncompetition clause
void because of a failure to meet the statutory exception to the general rule that covenants restricting trade are disfavored).
457(f) aimed at creating a substantial risk of forfeiture is to include a noncompetition clause
in a terminating executive's employment agreement.
While courts in some states will modify a noncompetition clause
that is too broad, others will not.
24) In that case, the departing employee's restrictive covenant contained both a customer nonsolicitation clause and a general noncompetition clause
The partnership's billing practices, he said, "place me at great risk, without personal benefit, and without an avenue to change these practices, therefore jeopardizing the validity of my employment contract with CVSA," including the noncompetition clause
483, 485 (1990) ("[I]t still is difficult for lawyers to predict confidently how a court will react to any given noncompetition clause
In addition to the provision on termination, the contract also set forth a noncompetition clause
whereby the employee agreed not to enter into any competing insurance business and not to write any policies for any persons who were clients of the former employer.
According to the drug chain's lawyers, the terminations didn't abrogate either the five-year noncompetition clause
barring Perlmutter or Marden from starting a firm to compete against Odd Lot or Revco's right of first refusal to repurchase their shares should Perlmutter and Marden attempt to sell their shares to a third party.
But in denying TeamWorks' effort to block the AIDS/LifeCycle from taking place, California superior court judge David Yaffe ruled on January 14 that state law may invalidate the noncompetition clause
in TeamWorks' contract.
What is meant by a true noncompetition clause
, however, is more specific.