9. The company is the only person entitled to represent BNI in all relations with the public through the media, etc. All members are covered by the competition alienation agreement below. Non-disappearance: LTM undertakes and undertakes that LTM will not provide comments, comments or defamatory or derogatory statements about the BNI, the franchisee or its staff or its employees, senior executives and future related members, sellers, investors and other related third parties to a natural or legal or public forum at any time. This section does not prevent or prevent LTM from exercising LTM`s protected rights to the extent that these rights cannot be waived by agreement or compliance with applicable laws or regulations or by an order in force of a competent jurisdiction or government authority, unless that compliance is required by law, regulation or order. LTM will immediately notify a licensed BNI and franchisee staff member of an order in writing within 24 hours of receiving this order, but in any event sufficiently prior to disclosure to allow BNI and/or franchisees to challenge the order or seek confidentiality protection, in accordance with BNI`s sole discretion. Full Agreement/Severability: This agreement contains your entire position as an LTM, which replaces all previous related agreements, and this should not be changed except by a written document signed by both parties. If a provision of this Agreement is invalid or unenforceable, the rest of the agreement will not be affected. BNI is a third party beneficiary of this agreement. California has long been hostile to non-competition agreements. Recently, Gov.
Jerry Brown signed up as an additional protection for workers the California Labor Code Section 925 (in effect for contracts concluded after the 1st As a rule, If the worker is not represented by a lawyer in the negotiation of the agreement, the employer cannot require a worker residing and working primarily in California to accept a provision requiring (a) the worker to rule outside Of California on a California right, or b) to deprive the worker of the physical protection of California law in the event of controversy in California.