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Choice of Law Has Huge Consequences, Especially in NC Non-Compete Case

An interesting case out of the Eastern District of North Carolina reminds us of the importance of choice of law when dealing with non-compete litigation. Let’s take a look: In December 2009, Associated Hygienic Products (“AHP”) hired James DeFelice as the Director of Purchasing.  AHP makes disposable diapers.  This is a huge and growing market … Continue reading

Amazon (Basically) Loses Non-Compete Case Against Former Employee Who Left For Google

In October of this year, Amazon sued a former employee who had jumped ship and gone to work for Google.   Beginning in mid-2010, Daniel Powers served as a vice-president of Amazon’s Web Services division.  His principal job in that capacity was to sell Amazon cloud computing services to businesses.  Powers left Amazon in June, signed … Continue reading

Amazon Sues Former High Ranking Employee Over New Job at Google

As an attorney who defends employees in non-compete cases, I am generally critical of how such agreements are used.   For one thing, it seems that everybody has a non-compete agreement these days (maids, bartenders, news anchors), even when the facts suggest that such an agreement is unenforceable.  And every plaintiff in every non-compete case runs … Continue reading

Google Antitrust Scrutiny by the FTC? Nonsense.

These days, speculating about antitrust cases against major companies appears to be all the rage.  A few months back, there was a ton of chatter on the interwebs about Facebook’s potential liability for antitrust.  This morning, CNET ran a piece entitled, “What an anti-Google antitrust case by the FTC may look like.”  The key source … Continue reading

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