Monthly Archives: October 2013

What an Agreement Says Really Matters

            Earlier this month, Judge Dennis J. Curran of the Massachusetts Superior Court decided that a noncompete clause in an employment agreement that had, by its terms, expired after the employee turned 65 could not be enforced even though the employee continued to work for the employer before moving to another company.  The agreement explicitly stated that it terminated when the employee turned 65, and the noncompete clause in it stated that the employee could not compete with the employer within a 50 mile radius of the employer for two-and-a-half years “after the final termination of this Agreement.” … More