As previously discussed, the most basic requirement of an enforceable non-compete is that it be “reasonably limited in its operation with respect to time and place.” However, more and more, non-competes are substituting customer specific limitations... read more
Most employers overreach: They don’t want competitors, period. So, when given a chance to draft a non-compete, they want it to be as broad as possible. So, when an employer has an employee who works in South Carolina and North Carolina, the non-compete generally... read more
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