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Whether or not you'd be in violation of the non-compete clause depends on the exact language of the clause. It's quite possible that it is broad enough to encompass what you intend to do.
What does it say regarding competition?
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I will write exactly as it says: Covenant not-to compete: employee expressly warrants, covenants and agrees the employee shall not during the termof employee's employment with the company and for a period of one year following the date of the termination of employee's employment with the company, either directly or indirectly, engage in, be connected with, or participate in, ---(tipe of business)---in clark county, nevada, either as an employee, agent, independent contractor, consultant, officer, director, share holder, owner, manager, member, partner or otherwise, on employee's own behalf, with any person, firm partnership, corporation, limited liability company, or other entity.
my opinion is that this is to abroad.
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