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What purpose does a non-compete agreement serve?

Navigating the legalities of running a business can be enough to give anyone a stressful time. This is why certain documents, laws, or aids exist to help you avoid some of the biggest pitfalls in business. Non-compete agreements can fall under useful tools, and when used properly, it might even protect your business in the future.

Understanding Texas noncompete clauses

It can be hard to sort out what’s valid and invalid amid the clatter about noncompete agreements. The facts say that nearly one-in-five Americans is party to such a contract, but many of those contracts don’t hold up in court. Employers want to protect their interests, and they are allowed to under the law in most situations. But employees, too, have rights, and sometimes it infringes upon the employee’s right to earn a living.

The basics of fraudulent misrepresentation

When you run a business in Texas, making contracts is just one important aspect of your work. Sometimes, though, you may encounter a situation when you established a contract based on information you later leaned was wrong. We at Massey Law Firm, PLLC, understand how important it is for you to know what to do if you find yourself in this situation.

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