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Contract – Employment – Statute Of Frauds – Non-Compete Agreement – Legal Research Group – Fiduciary Duty – Trade Secrets (access required)

Where plaintiff legal research group refused to enter into a written employment agreement with its sales representative, and neither party produced evidence that the oral contract between the parties was intended to be performed within one year or to extend for a definite time period, the contract is unenforceable by operation of the statute of ...

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