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Enforcement of Non-Compete and Non-Solicitation Provision

Non-compete provisions are not always fair.  The same can probably be said about non-solicitation provisions.  Typically, these provisions (referred to as restrictive covenants) are included in an employment agreement as a condition of employment.  But, if there is a legitimate business interest for these provisions, and they are limited in scope, they are enforceable and relief, including injunctive relief, can be sought.    Restrictive covenants in employment-related agreements, such as a non-compete and non-solicitation provision, are governed by Florida Statute s. 542.335.  A party (e.g., employer) seeking a temporary injunction against another (e.g., employee) must demonstrate four elements: “(1) the likelihood...

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