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Pennsylvania Non-Compete Agreements

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AAMCO Loses Non-Compete Case Against Pro Se Former Franchisee

Let that sink in: AAMCO sued two former franchisees, a husband and wife couple, for breaching a non-compete agreement. AAMCO was represented in the litigation by a team of lawyers from three law firms. And they lost to two pro se litigants. Let’s take a look: AAMCO is a franchisor of transmission repair centers based … Continue reading

Latest Chapter in the (Crazy) Freedom Medical RICO / Non-Compete Litigation

What follows is one of the most absurd, complicated, fantastical non-compete-related disputes that I have ever seen.   This is going to be a long one. The Major Players In 1997, two individuals in Pennsylvania formed a company called Freedom Medical, Inc.  Freedom Medical engages in the business of buying and selling medical equipment.  In 1999, … Continue reading

Recent Non-Compete Case Highlights Pennsylvania’s “Worthless Employee” Doctrine

Need a NY or PA Non-Compete Lawyer?  Call 954-332-2395. A recent case out of the Western District of New York raises a number of interesting non-compete issues, including Pennsylvania’s “worthless employee” doctrine. In 1983, Phillip Garrod began working as a salesman in the field of “elastometric precision products.”  Let’s just call them EPPs.  After seventeen … Continue reading

Expecting Mothers Are Latest Victims of Physician Non-Compete Agreements

Recent developments in Pennsylvania provide yet another compelling example of why non-compete agreements in the healthcare sector should be void as against public policy.  In late December, five obstetricians who were affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) gave notice that they intended to leave the system to go work for rival Highmark … Continue reading

Not in Florida?

Need a non-compete or trade secret attorney somewhere other than Florida? I have relationships with non-compete and trade secret attorneys throughout the country. Call my office at 954-332-2380.

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