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First and foremost it is important to understand that FL law permits “non compete covenants”
So if you signed such an agreement? The agreement can be enforced by the employer.
This is basic contract law, similar, to the contract you have with your employer (as a 1099 employee, you are considered a contract employee)
The fact you signed this after you had been employed for several months is not significant.
That said, a contract can be enforced by either party to the contract.
So, for example, if the employer is not complying with their obligations of the contract? For example, if the employer did not fulfill its obligations to you with regard to such items as compensation, insurance, etc., could be a basis to argue that the non-compete provisions should not be enforced.
Also, you have to look at the terms of the agreement, specifically time frame and geography
If the time period s too long, it may not be enforceable. Agreements of six months or less are presumed to be valid while agreements of more than two years are presumed to be invalid.
And if they are attempting to keep you from working in the entire state, where their business is only in one city? That would not likely be valid.
But generally speaking, if you singed the agreement, and it is not too long and does not extend outside the area where the employer does business? It can be enforced.
Please let me know if you have more questions. I am happy to help if I can. Otherwise, please rate the answer so I may get credit for my work.