Anti-Piracy vs Non-Compete

You previously answered a question related to non-compete for me, and it proved very helpful--thank you! From your answer derived another question, if you please: I am a loan officer, and my company is unfolding a new program which will legally allow us to pay realtors for client referrals. My employer has drawn a contract by himself, and is calling one paragraph a "non-compete clause." From your previous answer I know his intent is really an anti-piracy clause. It reads this way:
"Non-Compete Clause: In the event that should you terminate employment with the company you agree to not solicit or accept business from the Realtors or customers generated through the Partnership Program for a period of three months." If I sign this contract, will it uphold in court? Thank you in advance, very much.

1 answer  |  asked Aug 16, 2004 11:51 AM [EST]  |  applies to Arizona

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Francis Fanning
same question

If I remember correctly, this is the same question you asked me earlier.

posted by Francis Fanning  |  Aug 16, 2004 4:42 PM [EST]

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