noncompetition

noncompetition

(ˌnɒnˌkɒmpɪˈtɪʃən)
adj
(Law) law relating to an agreement in which one party agrees not to compete with another party during a specific time period or in a specific area
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Under the language of the clause, the plaintiff agreed to an egregiously long five-year noncompetition period, with his right to stock options in addition to his service as a senior executive referred to as apparent consideration, he said.
In January, Filipino fashion designers showed their mettle as they dressed contestants in the noncompetition events of Miss Universe 2016, which was held in Manila.
And carefully consider all of the implications of signing a noncompetition clause.
Debra Friedman, a member of Cozen O'Connor's Labor & Employment department, focuses her counseling and litigation practice on compliance with federal and state employment laws and regulations, noncompetition disputes, business torts, corporate reorganizations, affirmative action issues and defense of discrimination claims.
2016), suggests that noncompetition restrictions against employees who have been terminated without cause are unenforceable.
42) House Bill 1967: Concerning noncompetition agreements.
Kelly counsels clients on intellectual property and trade secrets, noncompetition and nonsolicitation agreements, unfair competition claims and claims arising under the federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
A noncompetition requirement will be treated as a substantial risk of forfeiture if all of the following conditions are satisfied:
He has been sued by Amazon on the grounds that a noncompetition agreement requires him to wait 18 months after leaving the company before working for a rival.
EXHIBIT Examples of Intangible Assets That Are Separately Identifiable Marketing-related: * Trademarks, trade names, service marks, collective marks, certification marks * Trade dress (unique color, shape, package design) * Newspaper mastheads * Internet domain names * Noncompetition agreements Customer-related: * Customer lists * Order or production backlog * Customer contracts and related customer relationships * Noncontractual customer relationships Artistic-related: * Plays, operas, ballets * Books, magazines, newspapers, or other literary works * Musical works (e.
Hired as a delivery driver for sandwich maker Jimmy John's and later made an assistant manager, Turowski said she signed a two-year noncompetition agreement banning her from working for sandwich-making rivals within three miles of a Jimmy John's store.
Cheerleaders can also choose to take part in competition and noncompetition classes, as well as private and school classes.