If a company has not enforced non-compete agreements, in the past. Do they have a legal argument now?
1 Answer from Attorneys
As long as there is a non-compete agreement, the company can bring suit, or ask for an injunction. But, apparent waivers of competitive action in the past, can be raised a a defense, a cause for presumed waiver of identical action, or argued as a mitigating factor, in determining damages.
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