Texas Court Rules Against Agency in Non-Compete Agreement Case

Posted By Godwin Bowman & Martinez || Dec 7, 2016

The Texas Court of Appeals recently denied an insurance agency the ability to enforce a non-compete and non-solicitation agreement against its former President. They lost at the temporary injunction hearing due to the language used in the agreement clauses, which was likely a standard contract form and an oversight on the company’s part. The mistake cost them as they were unable to stop the President from competing.

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