Texas Noncompete Attorney Explains Recent Change to Texas Noncompete Law

/cdklawyers.com// 10/14/2011 Keith Clouse, a Dallas, Texas noncompete attorney, explains how a recent Texas Supreme Court opinion radically changes Texas noncompete law. This summer, the Texas Supreme Court ruled that a covenant not to compete signed by an employee in consideration of stock options was enforceable because the company’s provision of stock options was reasonably […]

Employers Must Give Employee Adequate Consideration to Support Non-Compete Agreements

/cdklawyers.com// 03/16/2010 A non-compete agreement forbids an employee from competing with an employer post-employment.  But, cautions Dallas non-compete attorney Keith Clouse, an employer must provide adequate consideration to the employee for the contract to be enforceable. In Texas, the consideration given by an employer must give rise to the employer’s interest in restraining the employee […]