Monday, April 28th, 2014 | Author:kelsky_admin Contracts should, where applicable, provide for performance to be completed by a date certain

We have commented, in the past, on the need for non-compete agreements to be specific so that a court can determine that the language of the document is “clear and unambiguous.”  If it is, then the court will not look outside the four corners of the document to determine what the parties meant. Instead, the […]

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Monday, April 14th, 2014 | Author:kelsky_admin Court Determines that Former Employer’s Request for Injunctive Relief Should Have Been Granted

In another non-compete decision, the Florida Second District Court of Appeal reversed the denial of a former employer’s request for injunctive relief even though the employer ceased operations.  In Richland Towers, Inc. v. Denton, 39 Fla. L. Weekly D535 (Fla. 2d DCA March 12, 2014), the court addressed (directly and indirectly) issues involving the cessation […]

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