I live and work for a company in NJ. I know that the devil is usually in the details so seeking counsel will be the best way to prevent any legal action against me but I wanted to get a general feeling.
I read the employment agreement back to back a few times and there is only a paragraph about non-compete that says I can't compete in the same business as my employer but it doesn't specify a time length. I want to start a company but it isn't in the same space as them but somewhat related so I would rather seek counsel before dabbling into this than ending up in court or something.
So if it doesn't have a time length, does that mean it lasts forever? If you are in my area, please leave your contact info so I can reach out to you when I am ready to start. Thanks.
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