Yes, non-competes for a reasonable time, geographic area, and job-related scope are enforceable in Michigan.
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Yes they are, if reasonable, but you should have a good lawyer look at yours and understand your specific situation.Ask a similar question
In addition to the great responses provided by Mr. Putzig and Mr. Hutchinson, you may want to review the post below that discuss in more detail Michigan non-compete law. Best to you going forward.
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