Non-compete in the majority of states is zero. If you are in a strong 
union state the agent may hold out till you sign.

Patrick Conner wrote:

>Recently I started a corporation. I want to design two types
>of contracts. On where I work directly with a client and
>another where I will be subcontracted. On the subcontracted
>one I want it designed so that I work for a percentage of
>the final client's rate. Any examples will be appreciated.
>
>Also, what is the normal time for a non-compete clause?
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