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Non-Compete Law

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Reevaluating Non-Compete Agreements in the Auto Sales Industry (yes, AutoNation)

It’s time to take a hard look at non-compete agreements in the car business. Let’s use an example: AutoNation, the Fort-Lauderdale-based car industry giant and Fortune 500 company. For the past twenty years or more, AutoNation has had a field day filing weak non-compete lawsuits. AutoNation files these cases in its backyard, the United States … Continue reading

Three Nike Employees Perpetrate Massive Theft of Trade Secrets then Bolt for Adidas

Nike has sued three former employees who left to work for Adidas. The company is suing for everything imaginable: Breach of contract, theft of trade secrets, fraud, conspiracy and more. In a fifty page Complaint, the athletic apparel giant lays out a host of fairly shocking allegations against a team of three designers who launched … 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

More Frivolous (Trade Secrets) Lawsuits – Another Case from Minnesota

Another recent case out of Minnesota raises a number of interesting non-compete and trade secret issues.  The case involves a familiar chain of events: Harley Automotive Group, Inc. sells wholesale automotive parts and supplies to car dealerships.  The company is based in Minnesota but also has a facility in Fort Myers, Florida.  Harley sells its … Continue reading

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

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