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New Jersey Non-Compete Cases

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Non-Competes & Disintermediation (Cutting Out the Middle Man) – A Recent Case from NJ

A recent case out of the District of New Jersey addresses disintermediation as a legitimate business interest in the non-compete context.   Disintermediation is just a technical term for cutting out the middle-man. Let’s take a look: CarePoint Health Management Associates is a New Jersey hospital system. UpStream Healthcare Management Associates is a hospital management company … 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

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