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Posts from February 2016.

A breach of a restrictive covenant agreement containing a non-compete, confidentiality or non-solicitation provision can result in the dissemination of company trade secrets, loss of customers, and damage to a company’s goodwill. Similar claims may arise in employee lift-out cases, or when there has been the sale and purchase of a business or professional practice.  To stem the damage or likely risk of harm, most aggrieved employers will file a breach of contract suit and initially request emergency “injunctive” relief, via a “temporary restraining order” which can be granted ex parte on demonstrated need without a trial, and a “preliminary injunction” that can only issue after a hearing.

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