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Jimmy John’s Non-Compete a Non-Starter in Texas

Executives are used to signing Covenants Not to Compete, and unless they’re overly broad, they’re often enforceable in Texas. Executives, after all, typically receive a fair amount of consideration in exchange for the potential future restraint of trade: they’re often highly paid, privy to a wealth of confidential information about their employers, and often receive specialized training.

The same cannot be said about the person who makes or delivers sandwiches. Not unless sandwich-making got a lot more complicated and well-paid in the last few years (and something tells me it hasn’t). Continue reading

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