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An Illinois Appellate Court Confirms The Two-Year Rule For Non-Compete Agreements
An Illinois Appellate Court Confirms The Two-Year Rule For Non-Compete Agreements

Two-Year Rule for Non-Compete Agreements in Illinois The Illinois Appellate Court ruled that a non-compete clause is invalid unless an employee works at least two years for the employer. The only exception to this “rule of thumb” is if an employer provides the employee some ...

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