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Case Problem with Sample Answer. In 1993, Mutual Service Casualty Insurance Co. and its affiliates (collectively, MSI) hired Thomas Brass as an insurance agent. Three years later, Brass entered into a career agent’s contract with MSI. This contract contained provisions regarding Brass’s activities after termination. These provisions stated that, for a period of not less than one year, Brass could not solicit any MSI customers to “lapse, cancel, or replace” any insurance contract in force with MSI in an effort to take that business to a competitor. If he did, MSI could at any time refuse to pay the commissions that it otherwise owed him. The contract also restricted Brass from working for American National Insurance Co. for three years after termination. In 1998, Brass quit MSI and immediately went to work for American National, soliciting MSI customers. MSI filed a suit in a Wisconsin state court against Brass, claiming that he had violated the noncompete terms of his MSI contract. Should the court enforce the covenant not to compete? Why or why not? [Mutual Service Casualty Insurance Co. v. Brass, 242 Wis.2d 733, 625 N.W.2d 648 (App. 2001)]

Case Problem with Sample Answer. In 1993, Mutual Service Casualty Insurance Co. and its affiliates (collectively, MSI) hired Thomas Brass as an insurance agent. Three years later, Brass entered into a career agent’s contract with MSI. This contract contained provisions regarding Brass’s activities after termination. These provisions stated that, for a period of not less than one year, Brass could not solicit any MSI customers to “lapse, cancel, or replace” any insurance contract in force with MSI in an effort to take that business to a competitor. If he did, MSI could at any time refuse to pay the commissions that it otherwise owed him. The contract also restricted Brass from working for American National Insurance Co. for three years after termination. In 1998, Brass quit MSI and immediately went to work for American National, soliciting MSI customers. MSI filed a suit in a Wisconsin state court against Brass, claiming that he had violated the noncompete terms of his MSI contract. Should the court enforce the covenant not to compete? Why or why not? [Mutual Service Casualty Insurance Co. v. Brass, 242 Wis.2d 733, 625 N.W.2d 648 (App. 2001)]

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