You pay a lawyer to write a bulletproof contract. Then you have to pay a lawyer to go to court to make it stick. Then the judge rewrites it to the point that it doesn’t do what the parties agreed. Look at Paradise v. Midwest Asphalt Coatings, issued March 16, 2010 by the Missouri Court of Appeals for the Western District of Missouri.
Bob Paradise signed an employment contract with a “non-compete clause,” promising that Read the rest of this entry