Tuesday, February 17th, 2015 | Author:kelsky_admin What happens if litigation lasts longer than the duration of the non-compete?

Many non-compete agreements, for example, have a restrictive period of two years but those agreements do not specify that this restricted period should be extended in the event of litigation.  Thus, it’s possible that litigation may take longer than the entire restrictive period such that an employee could violate the agreement and work directly for […]

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