In his appeal to the Wisconsin Supreme Court, Manitowoc argued that Wis. Stat. § 103.465 does not regulate the pact at issue and instead refers only to traditional rules of non-competition. Manitowoc continued to argue that even though Wis. Stat. § 103.465 would be applied to the agreement prohibiting the debauchery of employees, the agreement was reasonably designed to protect the legitimate interests of the company. 16. We all have prohibitions on competition at work, but the company has never imposed them when someone leaves. Does that mean I can ignore it? 18. What can happen to me if I violate the non-competition clause by leaving my employer to work in the same sector? 3.
Is it legal to refuse me a job simply because I refuse to sign a non-competition clause? 13. .