I worked for a captive insurance agent and earned commissions only. He would 10-99 me at the end of the year. I was let go in Sept. after four years for unknown reasons. I did not have a non-solicitation or non-compete agreement with him as my employer. However, I did have on with the captive company he worked for. It is a non-solicitation agreement. In the contract for appointment with the company it states that "Appointee IS NOT and employee or independent contractor of the Companies" and that I only work for the agent. I never recieved anything from the company other than the appointment to sell their products to the people that I solicited. It also says that the company shall have no obligation to compensate Appointee for services provided as an Appointee of Companies. My question is would the non-solicitation hold up in utah since I wasn't an employee of the company only that of the agent and he didn't require one?