Summary: This article discusses Texas conflict-of-law rules as they apply to non-compete agreements, and some ways that employers may try to get around those rules.
Various articles we have published address in general what a non-competition agreement is and what is required for one to be enforceable in Texas. But with Texas increasingly becoming a hub for large or even multinational companies, it can be much more confusing for workers to figure out what a non-compete their company insists they sign even means. That is especially true as companies may demand that employment documents be governed by some other state’s laws, or even another country’s.
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