System Concepts, Inc. v. Dixon

Is System Concepts entitled to an injunction, based upon Defendants' breach of the non-competition agreement on the grounds that the employer had a protectable interest, and the restrictions in the ag


The Utah Supreme Court affirmed the trial court’s granting of the preliminary injunction, holding that: (1) the company’s offer of continued employment was adequate consideration for the restrictive covenant; (2) the company had a protectable interest as the company developed a substantial degree of goodwill through defendant’s employment and the unique services she provided; and (3) the restrictive covenant was reasonable even though the covenant provided no geographic limitation, because its scope was limited to specific activities in a national business.

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