Sugar Land, TX asked in Employment Law for Texas

Q: Hello, I am being offered a job by a company based in Wisconsin - its remote opportunity while I am based in Texas.

They have an open ended non compete and non solicitation for 1 year w.r.t the parent company (not the division employing me). The offer says that its based on Laws of Wisconsin and USA.

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Kyle Anderson
Kyle Anderson

A: Hello, I am not sure what your question is. If you are wondering who to have look over your non-compete, I would reach out to an employment law attorney in Wisconsin because that is the the state which governs the agreement.

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