The Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine: Prohibiting Former Employees From Working For a Competitor

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How willing are courts to apply the inevitable disclosure doctrine and prohibit a former employee from working for a competitor, in the absence of actual misappropriation when it can be shown that the former employee cannot perform her job without inevitably using or disclosing a former employer's confidential and trade secret information.

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