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In a per curiam opinion issued yesterday, the United States Supreme Court reversed a decision of the Oklahoma Supreme Court that had determined the enforceability of a non-compete agreement arising out of a contract that contained an arbitration provision. Despite the fact that the restraint at issue was found to violate Oklahoma law, the US Supreme Court determined that the Oklahoma Supreme Court overstepped its bounds and that under the Federal Arbitration Act enforceability of the non-compete should have been left to the Arbitrator.
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