This is the second of 18 articles tracing the legal lifecycle of a business from its formation, through its operation and to its sale. As a Texas attorney located in Lakeway, Texas (outside of Austin in Central Texas), John Drisdale is limiting these articles to a summary of Texas and federal legal matters. As these articles evolve, their numbering and order may be adjusted or supplemented by his blogs as appropriate.
You can’t believe everything you read – even when it’s your own contract. Many employers believe that their non-compete clause provides legal recourse against employees who leave a company and take its business processes and/or clients. Yet Texas case law has not been very kind to employers trying to enforce these provisions. To avoid loss and heartache, it’s imperative for business owners to get sound legal advice and to make wise decisions in selecting and managing their employees.
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