Unlike other countries, employers operating in California are not recommended to include a non-compete clause in their agreements (unless the three exceptions above apply), as an employer`s use of an illegal non-compete clause may be contrary to California`s unfair competition law. (For further discussion of how an illegal non-compete clause may be contrary to unfair competition law, see Application Group, Inc. v. Hunter Group, Inc. (1998) 61 Cal.App.4th 881, 906-908). The health sector is following the case closely, not for the application of non-competition, but for indications on PillPack`s future plans. For example, in a statement in this case, the CEO of PillPack did not deny that PillPack was examining a PBM model to complement its services. Agreements must be reasonable and companies often have to prove that a breach of the agreement would cause them considerable harm, for example. In this case, the judge said that cvS lowered this standard without any problem. Contractual relations are generally governed by the law of the State. .

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