The Indiana non-compete agreement is a contract that employers can have their employees sign in order to protect trade secrets and client relationships. By signing the contract, the employee agrees not to compete with the employer’s business for a set duration of time and within geographical boundaries specified within the document. There are no state restrictions on the area and duration covered by an agreement, however, the contract is only enforceable if its terms are reasonable. In other words, the employer must be able to show that they have a legitimate interest to be protected by the agreement.
Laws – No statute.
Non-Compete Limit – No statutorily defined limit.
Non-Solicitation Limit – No statutorily defined limit.