Tag Archives: choice of law

Nebraska Court Enforces Forum Selection Clause

Nebraska’s legal history on the enforceability of non-compete agreements is usually a surprise for employers who view Nebraska as pro-business.  Nebraska courts routinely invalidate employee non-compete agreements that venture beyond restricting the employee from doing business with and soliciting customers with whom that employee did business and had personal contact. If there is a non-compete component … Continue Reading

Fifth Circuit Affirms Rejection of Texas Choice-of-Law as to Oklahoma-Based Employees for Non-Compete Provisions, But Allows Texas Law to Apply to Non-Solicitation Provisions

In a detailed, 26-page published decision in the matter of Cardoni v Prosperity Bank, No. 14-20682 (5th Cir. Oct. 29, 2015) the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals took a deep look at choice of law provisions in restrictive covenants. The Appellate Court started out by noting that in addition to their well-known disagreements over boundaries and … Continue Reading

Tennesse Court Rules Non-Compete Agreements Enforceable Against Two Former Executives

Shawn Kee has written on the Jackson Lewis website about a recent decision from the Court of Appeals of Tennessee, James F. Dill Jr. et al v. Continental Car Club, Inc., in which the Court held that a non-compete was narrowly enforceable under Tennessee law, although it declined to enforce a Florida choice-of-law provision which might have led … Continue Reading

NY Appellate Division Rejects Challenge to Forum and Choice of Law by California Defendant

In the latest chapter of an ongoing dispute between Aon Risk Services and Alliant Insurance Services (stemming from Alliant’s hiring of dozens of Aon employees and accepting millions in annual revenue from former Aon clients), on January 10, 2013, the New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division, First Department issued a decision upholding key rulings of the … Continue Reading
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