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Reformation of Texas Noncompete Agreements

August 29, 2011 / By Robert Wood
Articles // Non Compete Agreements in Texas

Often in litigation involving noncompete agreeents, an employee bound by a noncompete agreement will contend that the scope of the restrictions contained in the agreement are overly broad. The employee may, for example, argue that an agreement prohibiting customer solicitation is too broad. Or, an employee may argue that a covenant not to compete is…

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Marsh USA: Texas Noncompete Agreements More Enforceable

August 1, 2011 / By Robert Wood
Articles // Non Compete Agreements in Texas

The Marsh USA decision, which was handed down by the Texas Supreme Court earlier this month, sent shock waves through the community of lawyers who handle matters involving noncompete agreements.  The decision creates danger for employees bound by noncompete agreements here.  Hopefully, the word about this and other pro-enforcement decisions will get out, so that…

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