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Choice of Law & Non-Compete Agreements: A Recent Case from Ohio

If you need an Ohio non-compete lawyer, call our office at 954-332-2380. We have relationships with non-compete lawyers in Ohio. Just a few days ago, the Southern District of Ohio issued a decision in a non-compete case that reads like a treatise on non-compete agreements, choice of law and conflicts of law.  Let’s take a … Continue reading

Temporary Software Engineers in California Non-Compete Dispute

A strange case out of California:   A company called Zora Analytics contracted with a company called AnanSys Software for the placement of temporary software engineers.  AnanSys then subcontracted out the job to a company called Cigniti.  AnanSys made Cigniti sign a software consulting agreement, which contained a non-compete/non-disclosure agreement.  Cigniti then assigned one of its … Continue reading

Recapping the Latest Blue Belt Tech. Non-Compete Dispute (This Time vs. Stryker)

Pittsburgh-based Blue Belt Technologies, an emerging player in the medical device and medical technology industry, continues to find itself at the center of non-compete disputes.   Earlier this year, Blue Belt clashed with MAKO Surgical, a rival in the surgical robotics industry, after Blue Belt hired former MAKO sales executive Jeffrey Gellman.  This time, Blue Belt, … Continue reading

Former Sales Rep Beats Dentsply in First Round of Non-Compete Fight

It can be difficult to discuss trends in non-compete litigation, particularly from a national perspective, given that non-compete agreements are governed by state law.  Although many states utilize similar tests for evaluating the enforceability of such agreements, there can be tremendous variation from one state to another.  That said, a number of recent cases from … Continue reading

More Non-Compete Litigation in the Broadcasting Industry

Over the past few years, non-compete litigation in the broadcasting industry has become increasingly common.  A recent case out of Birmingham, Alabama continues that trend.  On Monday, Citadel Broadcasting (a subsidiary of Cumulus Media) filed a lawsuit against Ryan Haney, who formerly served as program director for Citadel’s Birmingham sports talk radio station, WJOX 94.5 … Continue reading

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