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Sales Person Non-Compete Agreement

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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

Fisher/Unitech (Basically) Loses Non-Compete Fight Against Former Sales Exec

Call it a trend.  A number of recent cases from across the country suggest that courts are pushing back against overzealous attempts to enforce non-compete agreements against salespeople.  One of the latest examples comes out of the Illinois. In September 2010, Rodger Reaume began working in sales for Fisher/Unitech, a major reseller of computer animated … 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

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