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I was terminated from a 18 year career on December 5th,

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I was terminated from a 18 year career on December 5th, 2013. I signed a 2 year non compete clause when i was hired on. The company offered me a 4 month severance package. They dated my termination as the end of March 2014 so I could continue to receive insurance benefits up through the end of my severance pay. Tomorrow is 2 years since my actual termination date. Does my non compete end tomorrow or do I need to wait until the end of March?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Employment Law
Expert:  Attorney2020 replied 1 year ago.

Without any specific language in the contract, the two year mark is triggered after the date of termination.

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