I signed a non compete in hydraulic industry and now I am laid off, can I get a job in this field?

After 2 years working in the hydraulic field I was laid off. This was explained by my boss was due to lack of work. Now, I am having trouble finding work in another field. I am just wondering legally can I attempt to find a job in my field or do I risk being sued by former boss? Also, since I was laid off doesn't it make my non compete invalid or not? Please let know.

0 answers  |  asked Aug 22, 2014 08:30 AM [EST]  |  applies to Michigan

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