Definition Edit

The red-pencil doctrine is a

[d]octrine prevailing in some states requiring that courts must declare an entire non-compete contract void if one or more of its provisions are found to be defective under state law or precedent.[1]

References Edit

  1. Non-Compete Contracts: Economic Effects and Policy Implications, at 14.

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