While Florida is widely regarded as the most employer friendly state for enforcement of non-compete agreements, recently the Florida Supreme Court took the opportunity to analyze section 542.335 Florida Statute. In White v. Mederi Caretenders Visiting Servs. of Southeast Florida, 226 So. 3d 774 (Fla. 2017), the court observed that section 542. 335 uses the word “reasonable” 17 times. The Court expressed its commitment to be guided by the legislative intent and plain language of the statute, however, referring to the statute’s reasonable requirement, it encouraged Florida trial courts to apply a reasonableness test to each specific fact situation. Thus, Florida trial courts in dealing with whether to enforce a non-compete agreement are granted fairly wide discretion to fashion an appropriate remedy depending on the facts of each case.