The Company is based in Indiana but I have worked only in the Southern California area and will continue to work there. 1) Do they have the right to make me sign a "non-solicitation" agreement and 2) the contract also states that the laws of Indiana govern (Shouldnt California law dictate since I am only working in California?)The Non solicitation agreement has the following parts - I cant solicit customers or other employees. I cant solicit any prospective customers (doesnt say whether known or unknown) and I cant solicit any customers that Company provided services to 2 years prior to termination date.
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