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June 10, 2024

This week, Labor & Employment partner Salvatore Gangemi was quoted by the Hartford Business Journal regarding a CT employee “poaching” lawsuit filed days before the FTC announced its ban of noncompete agreements.

A Connecticut-based healthcare digital marketing agency recently sued a competitor, arguing that it “poached” a top employee in an attempt to steal clients and learn inside knowledge of its business. The dispute arose at an interesting moment given its contract breach allegations, which included violations of noncompete agreements and other restrictive covenants.  The case reached an undisclosed settlement before it could go to trial.

In this article, Sal discusses how the FTC ban could have affected the outcome of this case and others like it.

Read the full article here.

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