In this case, the agreement prohibits "similar derivative" from being created by the employee.
What are the space, time and content limitations of such clauses? Are there others?
What are legal references to such provisions?
answered on Dec 17, 2020
You need to contact an attorney to understand this better.
The restrictions can be limited to a reasonable time and geographical area.
It also depends on whether there was compensation and the amount of said compensation.
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answered on Feb 12, 2020
I am not licensed in Montana but that looks like an injunctive relief provision. Whenever a breach of contract causes what we call “irreparable harm,” a party may try to get an injunction or other equitable relief. Many people put that provision into an NDA to be able to more easily get an... Read more »
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answered on Aug 24, 2019
You can do whatever you want to do; however, the lender you are working with does not have to loan money to a corporation.
I am a twenty-eight (28) year disabled resident being bullied by management harassment, intimidation and abusive threats.
answered on Sep 24, 2016
You might, but as they have little money or they wouldn't be section 8 you won't get it from them. Suggest you look at if there is a grievance procedure--contact your local legal services/legal aid office.
I can show the value of the breached contract is $800,000. I also have strong proof of conspiracy which I'm told can triple damages to $2.4 million.
answered on Sep 8, 2015
Get to a law library to do lega research. There are probably pretty good law libraries in Missoula and Helena. See if there is one closer to you.
What can I do im out $1000
answered on Apr 14, 2015
You need to file a small claims court action to recover your funds and costs related to the bad check.
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