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Can the Judge Rewrite Your Non-Compete?

North Carolina has long followed the “strict blue-pencil doctrine,” meaning that the court has two options when faced with an overly broad non-competition agreement: - Strike the unreasonable portion of the non-compete if...more

8/14/2014 - Non-Compete Agreements Restrictive Covenants

Massachusetts May Go Boldly...Where Only California and North Dakota Have Gone Before

Taking the position that noncompetition prohibitions in employment agreements stifle innovation, Governor Deval Patrick of Massachusetts has introduced legislation, titled “The Growth and Opportunity Act of 2014,” that would...more


Fourth Circuit Limits Scope of Employers’ Claims Under Computer Fraud and Abuse Act

In July 2012, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit issued an important decision limiting the claims employers can bring against disloyal current and former employees under the federal Computer Fraud and...more

2/7/2014 - CFAA Employer Liability Issues Fraud

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