Is my non-compete agreement still enforceable against me?

I signed a non-compete agreement with my employer over 13 years ago. Since that time, the company for which I originally was hired, integrated with another company, as a result, the original company which hired me, (Named ABC company), no longer exists, and a new company name has been established and made. Since the integration of these two companies, I have not signed a new agreement with the new company name. Because my original non-compete was with ABC company, and the current company name is now something else, is my non-compete still valid against me?

1 answer  |  asked Mar 31, 2011 1:15 PM [EST]  |  applies to Florida

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Archibald Thomas
There is a possibility that your agreement may not be enforcable. However, you would need to have it reviewed by a lawyer to look for such things as a clause permitting an assignment of the agreement to a successor employer.

posted by Archibald Thomas  |  Mar 31, 2011 1:43 PM [EST]

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