Do California non-compete statutes apply to stock options?

I live and work in California but my company is based on the east coast. I am eligible to retire from my company, which would allow me to keep my stock options; they would vest on their normal schedule. However, if I decide to work for a competitor, the terms say I would forfeit the options. Is this legal in CA considering its non-compete statutes?

0 answers  |  asked Feb 3, 2017 11:35 AM [EST]  |  applies to California

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