BUL3320 MIDTERM Non-Compete Clause You are partners in Too Strange To Eat, a bakery in Tampa, Florida that specializes in exotic, expensive pastries. The business has grown quickly in its first 4...

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BUL3320 MIDTERM
Non-Compete Clause
You are partners in Too Strange To Eat, a bakery in Tampa, Florida that specializes in exotic, expensive pastries. The business has grown quickly in its first 4 years and now sells products to stores and restaurants throughout Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas. Your bakery is well known in these areas for its secrecy regarding the recipe for your famous “Ant” cake. Your customer list is one of your prized possessions, with customers from all over this region, some from word of mouth, others from online.
Sandra has applied for a management position and appears to be the perfect candidate. She has 5 years experience as a food wholesaler and a reputation as a supe
amateur chef. Sandra would be hired to analyze the market for new products, create new pastries and other foods, and assist in selling new and existing products. Sandra would work with company chefs, salespeople and customers –just about everyone.
You and your partners are concerned that if Sandra leaves, she will have confidential information about your business. You are concerned that she may either start her own company with this information or work for a competing business.
Your assignment is to draft a non-compete clause for Sandra’s contract that a court would enforce. Your non-compete clause should be no less than a half a page single spaced and Times New Roman: 12-point font. You may have sub-sections to your clause. Please include at least three resources that assisted in your drafting this clause on a separate page. Of the three resources, please discuss in detail (250+ words) why this resource served you best, e.g. why did you trust it, where was it from, why is it reliable, etc.).
Answered 3 days AfterApr 04, 2022

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Anurag answered on Apr 08 2022
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NON-COMPETE AGREEMENT        2
NON-COMPETE AGREEMENT
Table of contents
NON-COMPETE AGREEMENT    3
NON-COMPETITION    3
CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION    3
RECIPIENT ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS    4
APPLICABLE LAW    4
INJUNCTIVE RELIEF    4
ENTIRE AGREEMENT    5
SEVERABILITY    5
WAIVER    5
References    7
NON-COMPETE AGREEMENT
For the motivations behind this agreement, the Company or Disclosing Party will be alluded to as Company or Disclosing Party and the Recipient will be alluded to as Recipient (McAdams, 2019). On the sixth day of Fe
uary in the year 2021, Sandra Wu and the firm too biza
e to even consider eating consented to this Non-Compete A
angement. Too odd to even consider eating has two owners and is a
anged at 659 Flower Ave, Tampa, FL 33765 in this agreement.
Though, the Company is in the baked good baking industry.
While, the Recipient and the Company have consented to a proper Employment a
angement under which the Recipient will perform obligations connected with her administration position, including yet not restricted to: dissecting the market for new items, making new cakes and different food varieties, and aiding the offer of new and existing items.
WHEREFORE, the Recipient consents to be limited by the cutoff points set out above.
Therefore, the Recipient and the Company consent to the terms recorded underneath:
NON-COMPETITION
The Recipient won't function as a worker, official, chief, accomplice, advisor, specialist, proprietor, or act in some other limit with a cutthroat firm all through the length of this agreement and for a long time after the Company's association with the Recipient has been ended under any condition (Kini,...
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