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Non-compete agreements are enforceable – to the extent they are reasonable

This article is part of a McDonald Hopkins series on developments in restrictive covenant law that dives deeper into how employers can protect their business interests in light of state – and potentially federal – limitations, strategies for revising employers’ non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, and other topics that will help businesses navigate the changing landscape of employee restrictive covenants.


The Michigan Court of Appeals recently reiterated a common sentiment among courts across jurisdictions – “non-competition agreements are only enforceable to the extent they are reasonable.” Read more…