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  • adj. Being or pertaining to a particular kind of noncompetition agreement that forbids a former employee from attempting to recruit the employer's colleagues or customers.


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non- +‎ solicitation


  • The 36-year-old Australian is to leave in six months to set up his own fund, having secured in return concessions over the noncompete and nonsolicitation clauses in his contract.

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  • Riley is subject to confidentiality, noncompete and nonsolicitation clauses in his separation agreement and/or 2009 employment agreement.

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  • And have him and all your employees sign trade-secrets, noncompete, and nonsolicitation agreements. -- Top News

  • Great American argued that Cherrydale tortiously interfered with KB's employment contracts by inducing certain individuals to breach noncompete and nonsolicitation clauses as well as other contractual provisions.

    Delaware Corporate and Commercial Litigation Blog

  • Schottenstein then filed a civil complaint alleging that Robinson violated the nonsolicitation and nondisclosure covenant of his employment agreement. - Newswire

  • Three days later, on Feb. 27, the parties entered into an acquisition agreement amendment providing for an extension of the closing to March 20, pursuant to which Nyx agreed to increase the escrow by $500,000 to $2.3 million by March 2 and to waive most of Image's closing conditions and covenants other than its covenant to conduct its operations in the ordinary course and its nonsolicitation covenant.


  • The progression of an ordinary contract, from opening recitations through the substantive provisions -- nondisclosure, nonsolicitation, and noncompete clauses

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • In its emergency motion, State Street alleged that Economou is breaking his nonsolicitation agreement by "using someone else to do his dirty work for him. '' Most Popular

  • The company would suffer irreparable harm if he failed to comply with the noncompetition and nonsolicitation covenants. "

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