Alex Sheshunoff Management Services v Johnson

| June 19, 2015

Alex Sheshunoff Management Services v Johnson

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#- CASE ANALYSES Each case analysis will be a single spaced, typewritten evaluation of the case, using the format provided on D2L. The case analysis will help you think through the issues in the case and facilitate class discussion. A total of three (3) cases will be discussed, one during each scheduled class periods. You will be assigned, via D2L and before the first class, the case analysis that you are required to prepare. Any case analysis that you submit is required to be your individual work. A copy of the original court opinion will also be provided to assist you in preparing the case analysis. You should also use other resources and cite them in the case analysis.

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03-1050 Alex Sheshunoff Management Srvcs. V. Johnson http://www.supreme.courts.state.tx.us/historical/2006/oct/031050.htm
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF TEXAS
NO. 03-1050
ALEX SHESHUNOFF MANAGEMENT SERVICES, L.P., PETITIONER,
V.
KENNETH JOHNSON AND STRUNK & ASSOCIATES, L.P., RESPONDENTS
ON PETITION FOR REVIEW FROM THE
COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE THIRD DISTRICT OF TEXAS
Argued November 10, 2004
JUSTICE WILLETT delivered the opinion of the Court, in which JUSTICE HECHT,
JUSTICE BRISTER, JUSTICE GREEN, and JUSTICE JOHNSON joined.
CHIEF JUSTICE JEFFERSON filed a concurring opinion, in which JUSTICE O’NEILL and
JUSTICE MEDINA joined.
JUSTICE WAINWRIGHT filed a concurring opinion.
In this case we revisit the Court’s 1994 decision in Light v. Centel Cellular Co.[1_] and again
consider the enforceability of covenants not to compete in the context of at-will employment. The
question today is whether an at-will employee who signs a non-compete covenant is bound by that
agreement if, at the time the agreement is made, the employer has no corresponding enforceable
obligation. Under Light, the answer to that question was always “no.” Today we modify our holding in
Light and hold that an at-will employee’s non-compete covenant becomes enforceable when the
employer performs the promises it made in exchange for the covenant. In so holding, we disagree with
language in Light stating that the Covenants Not to Compete Act[;1 requires the agreement containing
the covenant to be enforceable the instant the agreement is made.
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