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Study your competition. Write up the agreement. Have your agreement reviewed by a legal professional. Present the non-compete contract to your employee. If everyone is satisfied, sign and date the agreement.
The majority of U.S. states recognize and enforce various forms of non-compete agreements. A few states, such as California, Montana, North Dakota, and Oklahoma, totally ban non-compete agreements for employees, or prohibit all non-compete agreements except in limited circumstances.
However, in those situations where the non-compete was properly drafted and implemented, a court could award damages against you for any actual losses suffered by your employer, or in rare cases, a court will order that you are prevented from working for the competitor for the duration of the clause.
Typically, the only way to fight a non-compete agreement is to go to court. If you are an employee (or former employee) who signed such an agreement, this means you must violate the agreement and wait to be sued. It may be that your former employer has never sued another employee to enforce the non-compete agreement.
The purpose of a non-compete agreement is to discourage and/or prevent an employee from leaving a position with an employer and taking a new position with a competitor in which he or she can utilize any valuable information gleaned while working the previous job.
On average, non-compete cases cost $10,000 or less. Many times an employer is seeking an injunction, which if the employer loses may result in a quicker resolution. Many times the issues are less factual and more legal. Legal issues require less discovery, which can be the most costly part of litigation.
Show Termination without Cause The courts do not always rule consistently on this point, but if you are part of a mass layoff or have been terminated from employment and yet did nothing wrong, any non-compete agreement you signed may be considered null and void.
Voiding a non-compete contract is possible in certain circumstances. For instance, if you can prove that you never signed the contract, or if you can demonstrate that the contract is against the public interest, you may be able to void the agreement.
To get out of a non-compete agreement, start by getting a copy of the agreement you signed to make sure that it's binding. If you can't find your original agreement or if it all seems binding, check your state's laws since many areas, like California, no longer permit non-compete agreements.
Even though a non-compete agreement can still be enforced when you are fired, you could potentially get out of it if the employer breaches your contract. You can also get out of the agreement if the employer fired you for a reason that is not just or fair.
The majority of U.S. states recognize and enforce various forms of non-compete agreements. A few states, such as California, Montana, North Dakota, and Oklahoma, totally ban non-compete agreements for employees, or prohibit all non-compete agreements except in limited circumstances.
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