Frequently, under Texas law, the contract provisions which the employer "requires" the employee to sign are overly broad and unenforceable as to the employee activities restricted, the timescope of the restriction and/or the geographical scope of the restriction. Further, the provisions in such a contract can be challenged as not being supported by independent consideration. I would need to see the precise language involved and to discuss the circumstances involved in order to know enough...
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File a motion for transfer of venue.
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