Inconsistent Non-compete Restrictions Limits Employer’s Protections

A common mistake employers make in protecting their business interests is poorly drafted non-compete agreements. And frequently that mistake involves drafting inconsistencies. As explained below, inconsistencies provide a foundation for challenging the scope or outright enforceability of a company’s non-compete restriction. In this regard, we recently defended against Christian Financial Insurance/Christian Insurance Group, Inc.’s motion for injunctive relief. The motion was filed against its former sales agents. After raising concerns about Christian Insurance Group’s business practices and sales tactics (let’s just say the agents did not believe customers were treated very Christian-like), these agents began competing against it. The suit was filed in Grand Rapids, Michigan and sought to enforce the agency’s non-compete restriction. Differing geographic restrictions. Enforcement problems quickly arose; One agreement called for a state-wide…

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