Our business sells entry access to venues in Las Vegas, Nevada. After a year in business, we joined the affiliate program of an online ticket retailer. After the signing of the online contract, there was a clause that limits our ability to work and contact the venues. Non-circumvent. For the term of this Agreement and for a period of Two (2) years thereafter, Affiliate agrees not to have any direct or indirect contact with any Promoter or Venue that was utilized for any events subjected to this Agreement. It is agreed that a violation of this clause will cause [online ticket retailer] irreparable harm and subject the Affiliate to a claim for an injunction as well as any other remedy available to [online ticket retailer]. We would like to terminate this Agreement so we are able to have contact with the venues but we think that the period of Two (2) years will still apply even if the Agreement is terminated. What are my possible options? Our business is a corporation in Nevada and the other party is based in New York.
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Posted over 6 years ago
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