Can my former employer enforce a non-compete if it means I can't work in this field anywhere.

I worked for a company that only offered 1 loan product to a specific group of people. I decided to leave and work for a broker where I have access to a large array of products and can service the entire market. My former employer got wind of this and informed me thar I signed a no compete agreement. The customer base is public info any Joe blow can go to the county probate and pull mortgage records, so I'm not stealing their "customers" and they only offer one type of loan as I mentioned before. This profession is how I feed my family and they are saying that I can't work anywhere in the state of Alabama writing mortgages. Can they enforce this.

0 answers  |  asked Aug 27, 2011 8:45 PM [EST]  |  applies to Alabama

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