Non-Compete Lawsuits and BBQ: Better in Your Own Backyard?

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What you get depends on who you're asking. Know that injunction you want against an ex-employee who's breaking his non-compete agreement? A judge makes the call. You guessed it—your result may depend on the judge you ask.

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