Baker said that “Mississippi courts have not yet considered whether non-debauchery clauses are subject to the same standards as non-competition clauses, but other courts have ruled that these two types of clauses are `governed by separate investigations,`” citing a 2016 Southern District of Mississippi notice, in which the Illinois Law on Obligations, did not advertise, was analyzed.  Despite this statement, the Southern District of Mississippi nevertheless held out in the Brown and Brown case.” the non-debauchery clause in the employment contract in question is appropriate and applicable in accordance with the standards applicable to non-competition clauses.  Since non-debauchery clauses are often linked to non-competition clauses, the obligation to comply with the same standards simplifies the application of both types of clauses. Buyers of companies are often subject to restrictions on the competitiveness of sellers in the same sector after an acquisition. . . .