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Florida Non-Compete Cases

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SDFL Denies Injunction in Non-Compete Fight Over Client Ernst & Young

A recent case out of the Southern District of Florida provides important guidance into the limits of non-compete agreements under Florida law. The case is one of the most comprehensive Florida non-compete decisions of the past several years, whether in state or federal court. Let’s take a look: IDMWorks is a company that specializes in … Continue reading

Florida 5th DCA Says Referral Relationships Not Protectable

A recent case out of Florida’s Fifth District Court of Appeals raises important raises important issues related to physician non-compete agreements. Let’s take a look: Before addressing the specifics of this case, some context is necessary: Agreements not to compete are restraints of trade. In any non-compete case, there are two lenses: restraint of trade … Continue reading

Non-Compete Litigation & Consent Orders: A Recent NJ Case & Cautionary Tale

There are huge problems with agreeing to this sort of consent order. In litigation, a defendant can attack a non-compete or non-solicitation agreement in numerous ways, particularly in the staffing industry context. But once the defendant agrees to a consent order, its over. After a consent order has been issued, the defendant no longer has any right to challenge the enforceability of the restrictions on the merits. Continue reading

Independent Clauses & Restrictive Covenants – A Recent Appellate Case from Florida

A recent non-compete case out of Florida’s Third District Court of Appeals deals with the issue of restrictive covenants and independent clauses.  Let’s take a look: In the Trial Court Defendants Dale Denton and David West were employees of Richland Towers, Inc. They signed employment agreements with Richland that contained, among other restrictive covenants, non-compete … Continue reading

Deli Meats and Non-Competes: National Deli Sues former Officers Over Competing Venture

Florida continues to be a hotbed for non-compete litigation (possibly in light of the fact that Florida non-compete laws are among the most pro-employer in the country).  A recent case out of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida in Miami pits National Deli, one of America’s largest manufacturers of deli … Continue reading

Shopping Plazas, Anchor Tenants & Non-Competes – A Decision from the 11th Circuit

This is not your standard non-compete case:  Just days ago, the Eleventh Circuit handed down its opinion in an extremely complex dispute related to shopping plazas, anchor tenants and restrictive covenants.  Let’s take a look: Winn-Dixie is a regional grocery store chain based in Jacksonville, Florida.  It has hundreds of supermarkets throughout the Southeast.  In … Continue reading

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