The most common types of restrictive covenants are as follows: ... Forfeiture-for-
Competition Agreement and ...
A covenant not to compete, or a non-compete clause, is an agreement in which
one party agrees not to work for the other party's direct competition in a specified
(a) At all times while this agreement is in force and after its expiration or ... or
termination of this agreement, [employee name] agrees not to compete with ... of
the covenant not to compete contained in subparagraph (b) of this paragraph.
Dec 1, 2008 ... agreement either as a covenant not-to-compete or as a nonsolicitation ... In order
for a non-compete covenant in an employment contract to be.
p>Sample Confidentiality Agreement This Confidentiality (“Agreement”) is ... This
Agreement is limited to the subject matter of covenants not to compete or solicit ...
A Non-Compete Agreement is a contract between two parties, where one party ...
Non-Compete Agreement, Non-Compete Clause (NCC); Covenant Not to ...
Non-compete agreements, also known as covenants not to compete or restrictive
covenants, are quite common in employment agreements, employment ...
A term used in contract law, a “covenant not to compete” is an agreement in
which an individual, usually an employee, agrees not to work for the other party's
COVENANT NOT TO COMPETE AGREEMENT. Mark L. Yoseloff. THIS
AGREEMENT is made and entered into as of February 23, 2004 by and between
Feb 4, 2015 ... Overview. State law governs most post-employment restraints, and since the
rules vary significantly by jurisdiction, restrictive covenants must ...