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California Non-Solicitation Agreement Template

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California non-solicitation agreement is a document that legally obligates a person not to recruit, hire, or solicit a company’s employees or customers. Under California law, non-solicitation agreements are generally unenforceable. However, there are specific circumstances where these agreements can stand. California statutes permit non-solicitation agreements tied to the sale of a business, as well as contracts between business partners or LLC members. In these settings, the non-solicitation agreement would prohibit the restricted party from pursuing business transactions or professional relationships with specific individuals within or affiliated with the company.


Sources

    1. Strategix v. Infocrossing, 48 Cal. Rptr. 3d 614 (2006)
    2. Kolani v. Gluska, 75 Cal. Rptr. 2d 257 (1998)
    3. Thompson v. Impaxx, Inc., 7 Cal. Rptr. 3d 427 (2003)

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