Likewise with the non-compete clause
, which was dropped in favor of growing the private flood market.
Under our law, a non-compete clause
is not a price fixing agreement.
As such, a strict reading of this article infers that any non-compete clause
or CNC will be invalid.
Typically, a court must find that a non-compete clause
protects an employer's legitimate interests before it gets enforced.
The extent to which non-compete clauses
are legally allowed varies per jurisdiction.
The same concessions apply to a confidentiality clause as it produces the same effects as the non-compete clause
. Since the other operators consulted by the Commission responded positively to these commitments, the Commission decided to make them legally binding
Tawainese PC maker claims its former CEO breached a 12-month non-compete clause
have three parts: 1) description of services covered; 2) duration; and 3) geographic area.
The price excludes any fees for a non-compete clause
in the contract, Reuters added.
That "sunset date" was June 30, when Packes's non-compete clause
with BHS expired, though contracts she signed through BHS will remain there "through the life of the project," she said.
Last June, when the suit was filed, Brody told the San Francisco Bay Guardian that the new owners had not paid the money -- but only because they contended VVM had violated a non-compete clause
in the deal that caused the East Bay Express to lose even more potential revenue than that.
The timing of his retirement coincides with the expiration of his three-year non-compete clause