Every agency should have a contract with every producer. Every contract should include a clause that governs the solicitation of accounts if the producer leaves the agency. Unfortunately, too many agencies either don't have such contract provisions or the ones in place are legally unenforceable. In this article, we explain the difference between non-compete, non-piracy and non-solicitation agreements, including a sample contract that was upheld by a state supreme court.
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