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Are Non-compete and non-solicit valid in California?

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Employee E working as programmer for IT company (Z) for client X in California. Now client is offering a full time position to employee E. But employee E signed NDA agreement which has he should not join and solicit with clients for 12 months after the separation from employer (Refer attachment).  Are the attached Non-compete and non-solicit valid in California? If employee E join directly to the client X, need to face any legal issues from employer?


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Non-compete agreements are generally not enforceable in California. For your specific situation, you should check with a labor lawyer.

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