Non-Solicitation Agreements And Restrictive Covenants
Are They Reasonable?
A key factor in the enforceability of a restrictive covenant is whether it is reasonable. If it prohibits your employment anywhere within a 500-mile radius of your employer and includes any type of sales with a duration of 10 years, it is likely to be found unreasonable and unenforceable and will be rewritten by the courts.
On the other hand, if it is restricted to a 25-mile radius, lasts three years and specifies a narrow range of competitors, it may be found to be reasonable and the court will enforce it as written. This means before you accept employment, you should examine the restrictions and be certain you understand exactly what they mean.
We Can Help You Understand Your Rights
This is a fact-based analysis and subtle differences in the products, services or locations may make a significant difference in the analysis. Our employment law attorney has nearly four decades of experience working with complex contractual issues and can help you understand the restrictions and help you negotiate your terms before you sign the contract.
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For experienced assistance involving issues related to disputes involving non-solicitation agreements and restrictive covenants in Michigan, call our Birmingham office at 248-658-8590, and find out how our attorney can help you or use our contact form.
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