Am I still bound by franchise non-compete if franchisee goes under?

I currently am working for a franchise that has all employees sign a non-compete agreement. It is a window cleaning business so there are no intellectual properties. The franchise I am under looks like it's about to go under. If it were to close up in this area would I be able to start a window cleaning company and go after the now abandoned contracts? Would I be released from the non-compete or would the parent company have legal right to come after me?

0 answers  |  asked Mar 5, 2015 07:12 AM [EST]  |  applies to Illinois

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