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What matters is (1) who is party to the non-compete and (2) did the correct party sign correctly. Usually the first sentence of a non-compete (or any agreement) sets out who the parties are. Those same parties should be listed by name (whether individuals or business entities) on the signature page. And then the actual ink or e-sig should be applied by ...


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Only parties to the contract can sue for breach of the contract In the situation you describe, the contract is between B and D so only B can be sued for its breach. However, ... There is a tort of inducing breach of contract which is not often litigated. Under this tort, if either A or C were aware of B's contract with D (C is almost certainly aware) and ...


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No and possibly. The two-year reference would not require you to remain employed for two years. It pertains (and this is the potential problem) to the amount of time after you leave your employment during which you would be prohibited from competing with your former employer. You should note, however, that most jurisdictions limit the enforceability of ...


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