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Q: What happens if you breach an NDA after the company has breached your contract and has not invoiced you?

My employer broke the Contract and didn't pay any employee any salary. So what if we break the NDA and start a company of our own ( different but similar content category with a focus user). In the NDA the owner has written not to work for competitors. We are a group of three individual planning... Read more »

Richard Gary Burt
Richard Gary Burt answered on Jul 18, 2018

In California, a non-compete between a company and a former employee is invalide. That is, in California, a company cannot legally require an employee not to compete with the employer after the employment has terminated. This applies whether or not the company has breached the employment agreement... Read more »

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