The Texas Supreme Court has once again ruled in favor of enforcing non-competition agreements. On April 17, 2009, the Court held that “if the nature of the employment for which the employee is hired will reasonably require the employer to provide confidential information to the employee for the employee to accomplish the contemplated job duties, then the employer impliedly promises to

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The Texas Supreme Court recently held that no Texas precedent allows a Texas court to ignore a forum selection clause in an employment agreement.

Autonation owns automobile dealerships across the country, including Houston , Texas , and its corporate headquarters and principal place of business is in Florida . In re Autonation, Inc., 2007 WL 1861341, *1 (TX 2007)

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