Help! I work for an Ohio based company in Indiana. I had to sign a non-competition agreement. If this company loses their Indiana contract and is replaced by another similar company, can I not work for the replacement company since my employer is no longer able to provide a job to me? Would that void the contract?

1 answer  |  asked Feb 23, 2005 2:38 PM [EST]  |  applies to Indiana

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Brenda Franklin Rodeheffer

All non-compete cases are fact-sensitive and therefore difficult to decide. I would have to look at the non-compete and get more details to give you a better answer. It is possible that the non-compete would still be valid. You and/or your co-workers should invest the time to have an attorney examine the specific situation.

posted by Brenda Franklin Rodeheffer  |  Feb 24, 2005 09:33 AM [EST]

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