How well do non-compete agreements hold up in Texas?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Re: Non-Compete Agreement
Generally, they hold up fine as long as they meet the standards. The requirements are many and complicated at times. A non-compete (even that may eventually be found unenforceable), may be enough to get a Temporary restraining order and/or temporary injunction.
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