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Texas Non-Compete Agreements: Otherwise Enforceable Agreement

Non-competition covenants are typically contained in written (employment) agreements that contain many other provisions. The first step in determining whether an enforceable non-compete agreement exists is to mentally draw a line through the non-compete provision and examine the remaining provisions. The pertinent question with respect to the remaining provisions is: Have both the employer and the employee made binding...

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Labor Laws Texas. Texas Non Compete Agreements: Other Common Provisions

Texas non-compete agreements often contain various other provisions, including the following:   Choice of Law.  Non-compete agreements typically will specify which state’s law will decide whether, and the extent to which, a non-compete agreement is enforceable. Even in cases in which the parties have agreed that the law of a state other than Texas will apply, the court will...

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