Early last week, we wrote a post on a unique circumstance in which a non-compete agreement was ruled unenforceable by the California Court of Appeal despite the fact that it was executed pursuant to the sale of a business.  (Fillpoint, LLC v. Maas (August 24, 2012)). Following up on that post, I had the chance to speak with Colin O’Keefe of LXBN regarding the subject. In the interview, I explain the background of the case, the court’s reasoning behind its decision, and what other companies can learn from the case: