By Scott Humphrey

Illinois courts have traditionally followed the three pronged rule of reasonableness test when determining whether to enforce a restrictive covenant:

           a.         is the restriction no greater than what is required to protect the
                       legitimate business interest of the employer;

            b.         does the restriction impose undue hardship on the employee;

            c.         is the restriction injurious to

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