The Changing Landscape of Covenants Not to Compete In Texas by Dale Head

by Dale Head

On April 9, 2010, the Texas Supreme Court granted review in the case of Marsh USA Inc. v. Cook (discussed below). The Marsh case involves a covenant not to compete and may once again alter the legal landscape for Texas employers and employees for so-called “nocompete” covenants.

Much has changed recently and many existing and long-standing non-competition covenants or agreements, once thought to be unenforceable and/or vulnerable to attack, may (or may not) be valid and enforceable under these new Court cases

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