Legal Question in Employment Law in Texas

If termination by an employr occurs, is the Non-Compete still vaild?

Asked on 11/28/12, 10:55 am

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Not an easy question to answer. Assuming it is an effective non-compete agreement, the answer likely is yes. However, the Texas Supreme Court recently ripped most non-compete agreements and the law up recently to shreds. You really need to get an Attorney to look at it and research the law. I suspect that would take anyone at least a couple of hours of work!

If you are around Houston, we can help. If not, I's sure you can find a local lawyer, but it will cost at least $350+ Best wishes!

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Answered on 11/28/12, 11:06 am

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