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    I worked or a real estate company as an independent contractor. This company only sells and specializes in New Homes. They produce a magazine that attracts home buyers. When I was originally hired 10 years ago I singed a no compete clause. 5 years ago I left the company to pursue other things for about 15 months then returned. They told me I would be considered a new hire. I never signed any new paperwork. Now I am opening my own company. My company is a website for Real Estate Agents to subscribe to get and search information on new homes. Since my company does not attract the same audience and I am not producing a paper magazine and based on the information I provided above do I need to worry about that non compete clause?

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    You really need to have a Florida attorney look at the original non-compete agreement.
    David K. Staub (www.illinoisbusinessattorney.com)
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      Thanks I will do that.

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