Updated on November 3rd, 2022
A Kansas non-solicitation agreement is used to restrict the signing party (usually an employee) from taking a business owner’s customers or recruiting their staff. The area and duration of the restriction will be specified by the employer in the agreement’s terms. In general, non-solicitation agreements are entered into by employees with access to customer lists or that directly communicate with customers. However, they may also be signed as part of a contract to purchase a business to prevent the seller from interfering with the purchaser’s interests.
- Statutes: N/A
- Legally Enforceable? Yes, Kansas courts may enforce non-solicitation agreements.
Related Forms (2)
Kansas Non-Compete Agreement – Prohibits competition from parties with an unfair commercial advantage (e.g., previous employees, contractors, partners, etc.)
Kansas Non-Disclosure Agreement – Presents legal ramifications for disclosing confidential information.