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Monthly Archives: August 2011

A little light reading for Beach Week

Did you forget to pack that legal forensic thriller and now have 5 hours at the beach to endure without anything to read or do? Never fear. If you are like me, you have electronic gizmos scattered throughout your travel … Continue reading

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Rules of the Road or When to Call Your Attorney for his Opinion

You know how it is. You want to get away on your vacation. You assume the car will do just fine on the drive to the beach. So there you are v’rooming along down the highway when clunk! Clank! Surprise! … Continue reading

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What should a lawyer do if they get a strange letter?

A woman lawyer I know started getting very strange letters (weird, incoherent) from a person she had never met. The letters apparently were an attempt to discuss a case she had never heard of and referred to people she had … Continue reading

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Does the non-compete agreement remain enforceable if the employee is fired?

Generally, it is still enforceable.  This is because almost every non-compete I’ve ever seen has in it a clause which specifically indicates that the non-competition (and non-solicitation and confidentiality) provisions survive the employment relationship.  But it doesn’t have to be … Continue reading

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