There are numerous circumstances in which obtaining a person’s covenant not to compete would be beneficial. However, Colorado, like many jurisdictions, renders covenants not to compete void, except in limited circumstances. Covenants not to compete are considered restraints on trade, and public policy favors granting citizens the right to seek employment and to compete without […]

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