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When Is a Non-Compete Not a Non-Compete? The Texas Supreme Court's Decision in Exxon v. Drennen

On its face, the recent Texas Supreme Court decision in Exxon Corp. v. Drennen, No. 12-0621 (Tex. Aug. 29, 2014), might seem to have limited relevance to Texas law.  The Read More

Fort Worth Court of Appeals Finds Non-Compete Unenforceable Due to Waiver and Overbreadth

In an unpublished opinion, the Fort Worth Court of Appeals found that a non-compete was unenforceable due to waiver and overbreath. Ally Financial, Inc. v. Gutierrez, No. 02-13-00108-CV (Tex. App. Read More

Houston Court of Appeals Affirms Denial of Injunction in Physician Non-Compete Case

Lasikplus of Texas, LLC v. Mattioli, No. 14-12-01155-CV (Tex. App. -- Houston [14th Dist.] Nov. 21, 2013), addressed the availability of a temporary injunction to enforce the non-compete in a Read More

Beaumont Court of Appeals Finds a Non-Compete Overbroad When the Employer Failed to Justify the Need for the Restrictions

           On June 13. 2013, the Beaumont Court of Appeals issued its opinion in Hodgson v. U.S. Money Reserve. Inc., No. 09-13-00074-CV (Tex. App. – Beaumont 2013, no pet.).  This Read More

Are Non-Competes Enforceable in Texas?

In many states, an employer will have great difficulty enforcing a covenant not to compete.  In fact, in some states, non-competes are contrary to public policy and are never enforceable Read More

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