When ruling on the enforceability of a contract not to compete, courts may consider: 1.) the length of the restriction; 2.) the geographical area; 3.) the fairness of protection to the employer; 4.) the extent of the restraint on workers' opportunities to pursue occupations; and 5.) the extent of interference with the public's interests.
Creative Dimensions Inc. v. Laberge
June 25, 2012
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