Catchy title, huh? Lawffice Space readers may recall that I covered this case extensively when it first came out:
- Non-Solicitation Agreements when Employers "Change Hands"
- Non-Solicitation Agreement Enforceable After Firing
- Non-Solicitation Agreements: Factors to Consider - COTW #11
Sidenote: I wrote the blog entries before knowing I would write the case summary and was assigned the case summary by someone who I am quite certain was unaware of the blog entries. I believe it was just a happy coincidence!
See also: My case summary of In re Bridgeport Fire Litigation in the same issue: Individual Class Members Have Standing to Move for Judge’s Recusal, and Recusal Motion Must Be Decided Prior to Issuing Substantive Orders. My McQuaide Blasko colleague, Jon Stepanian of Defense of Medicine fame, also has some summaries in there.
Posted by Philip Miles, an attorney with McQuaide Blasko in State College, Pennsylvania in the firm's civil litigation and labor and employment law practice groups.