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ONCE ON THIS ISLAND

When William Burns quit his job with Island Sports Physical Therapy and started his own business, his former employer sued him for absconding with company information. After the Suffolk County Supreme ...
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IS "BURRITO" SPANISH FOR "SANDWICH?"

In White City Shopping Center v. PR Restaurants, LLC, the Worcester Superior Court denied a motion for a preliminary injunction and, in so doing, resolved a question which has long plagued humanity: ...
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HOW RESTRICTIVE CAN RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS BE?

Lakram Seebarran was hired by DS Courier Services to deliver packages on a per-item basis. His agreement with DS prohibited Lakram from contacting six of DS's customers until four months after the ...
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"NON-COMPETES" MEAN BUSINESS

"Covenants not to compete" can cost you if they're breached. In Sarantopoulos v. E-Z Cash ATM, Inc. , Dorothy, Nick and George Sarantopoulos, sold their business to George Lendrihas. In ...
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DENTIST DRILLED FOR DISSIN' DEAL

In 1992, Doctors Steven P. Stern and Ali Zangeneh (Dr. Z) started a dental practice known as "Dental Health Associates." Their partnership agreement contained a restriction or "restrictive covenant" ...
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MANAGING $1.5 BILLION IS A "DEAD-END JOB?"

Many companies require their employees--particularly those who have access to "proprietary" or otherwise "sensitive" information--to sign "covenants not to compete," or CNCs. These written agreements ...
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INVESTIGATE THIS!

Joseph K. White (an ex-cop) was employed by Michael G. Kessler & Associates (a forensic accounting and investigation firm) as an investigator. Mr. White's employment agreement contained a covenant not ...
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