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  • If you go to [] and check out their employment law section I think they cover non-compete clauses and the like.

    • Thanks Fletch. I found this [] in there. Seems like, as I suspected, they are sort of hard to enforce and some states will not do it at all. This article didn't cover all details of non-competes, but had some good points.

      It seems they are most enforcable when a reasonable timeframe is given (I've seen some which state 3 years!), and actual competition is mentioned. That makes sense. In this field, when a non-compete mentions "competitors" and the company does webhosting, mail hosting, or basically anything w