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Tortious Interference Misrepresentation

Be Careful Not to Withhold Key Information When Courting a Potential New Hire or Business Partner

by Burns & Levinson LLP on

So your company is considering getting into a new area of business, and to do so, it will have to hire a variety of talent. While the launch of the new venture is not a certainty, the prospects of it are enticing, and time is...more

Litigation Risks From Job Applicants With Non-Compete Agreements

by Burr & Forman on

When a job applicant discloses a non-compete agreement with a former employer, the prospective employer may already be aware that, if the applicant is hired, the former employer might sue for “tortious interference.” ...more

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