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I was asked to sign a non-compete. Is it enforceable?

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I was asked to sign a non-compete. Is it enforceable?

In general, non-competes, which prohibit an employee from going to a competing company, are invalid, null, and void under California Business and Professions Code 16600. However, an employer may require that you sign a non-solicitation agreement, agreeing not to solicit former employees to quit the company.

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