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Layoffs and Non-Compition Clauses in TX?

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My father was the COO of a fledgling DotCom. He was asked to resign by the Presidents boyfriend and the president of the company (in that order) - He was given a minute severance package.
that was 6 months ago - he is now still unemployeed due to non-compitition clause agreement in his hiring documentation. My question, is how binding is that agreement in small business in texas?
and if persued in court, can it be overturned due to being asked to resign?


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An attorney would need to review the exact language in the employment contract as well as State and Federal case law.

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