Nc Employment Agreement

15. Compare Orkin Exterminating Co. by Raleigh v. Griffin, 258 N.C. 179, 128 p.E.2d 139 (1962) (maintenance of a contract of employment limiting employment in twenty-five specific cities) and Keith v. Day, 81 N.C App. 185, 194-95, 343 pp.E.2d 562, 567-68 (Ct. App. 1986) (maintaining a contract of employment, not opening a DIY store in the Raleigh metropolitan area) and Calhoun v.

WHA Med. Clinic, PLLC, 178 N.C App 585, 589 &600, 632 p.E.2d 563, 566 &573 (Ct. App. 2006) (maintaining a restrictive agreement preventing a physician from practicing in seven North Carolina counties), with Carolina Pride Carwash, Inc. v. Kendrick, No. COA04-451, 2005 WL 2276904, at *3 (N.C. Ct. App. Sept. 20, 2005) (finding that an agreement could not be reached for North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia) and VisionAIR, Inc.

v. James, 167 N.C. App. 504, 508, 606 pp.E.2d 359, 362 (Ct. App. 2004) (finding that a contract preventing the defendant from being employed in a similar store in the southeast was unenforceable) and Masterclean of North Carolina, Inc. v. Guy, 82 N.C. App. 45, 345 S.E.2d 692 (Ct. App.

1986) (Denial of a right to omission if a former employee has breached a general restriction preventing him or her from working in a similar business in a city, place, district, commune or village in the United States where the company has declared its intention to participate in the provision of that service). 28. See Nalle Clinic Co. v. Parker, 101 N.C. App. 341, 399 S.E.2d 363 (Ct. App.

1991) (with a non-competition clause with a time limit of twenty-four months, which is not applicable, as it would require young children to travel an hour and a half to be treated by a paediatric endocrinologist); Statesville Med Group, P.A. v. Dickey, 106 N.C app. 669, 418 p.E.2d 256 (Ct. App. 1992) (with the obligation not to compete in an unachievable way as this would prevent an endocrinologist from practicing in the county and the nearest endocrinologist was forty-five minutes away). Employee Non-Compete Agreement – A contract that prevents the worker from competing with the employer`s company.. . . .