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You've Been Sued: Four Steps for Handling a Non-Compete Dispute
You've Been Sued: Four Steps for Handling a Non-Compete Dispute

One job ends, and you would like to start a new job. But as the new job begins, the former employer files a lawsuit regarding a non-compete clause. Unfortunately, this situation arises more often than it should. A lot of times, the non-compete language will be very broad, ...

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