The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments in a first-impression case that defined employers’ obligations to an employee signing a noncompete agreement.

The justices granted allocatur in Socko v. Mid-Atlantic Systems of CPA, in which a three-judge Superior Court panel ruled that the Uniform Written Obligations Act does not relieve an employer of the requirement to give an employee valuable consideration in exchange for signing a noncompete agreement.

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