Covenants Not to Compete


  • Non-Solicitation Agreements

    Successfully represented a large energy services company in persuading the trial court to deny a former employee’s special appearance in a trade secrets case. In mediation, the matter settled with 

  • Employment Litigation

    Obtained injunctive relief and substantial damages against two former employees who started a competing business in violation of non-competition agreements. Judgment included



In today’s business environment, a company’s employees, customers and proprietary information are often its most important asset. As a result, businesses and their valued employees frequently enter into contracts containing various restrictive covenants, such as non-compete agreements, non-solicitation agreements and non-disclosure agreements. While these kinds of agreements were once limited to top executives and difficult to enforce, they are now an effective tool to protect the company’s competitive assets.

Munsch Hardt’s attorneys offer extensive experience negotiating, drafting and enforcing restrictive covenants. If a dispute arises, our attorneys have decades of experience representing both employers and employees, litigating cases involving restrictive covenants in both state and federal courts throughout Texas and many other states. Whether seeking an injunction to prevent breach of a restrictive covenant, a declaration by a court that a contract provision is unenforceable, or monetary damages, our law firm has attorneys who are ready to assist you.