My question involves business law in the state of: Arizona.
I currently am employed by a health care organization. I have a non-compete clause in my contract. Currently, the contract says nothing with regards to office closure. All the tenets of the contract are tied to the one office location at which I am employed, and not to the parent organization, which has multiple offices in the city. The contract does have a provision for the sale of the office, contents and files. If the office closes and is not doing business for any period of time, and I am effectively laid-off, would that alter the terms of my non-compete clause? What if a sale were to occur after the fact? (The office space is defunct and the files are in storage) Would the provisions of the non-compete agreement still be enforceable?