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Interference claim bolsters non-compete (access required)

A sales firm seeking to enforce a non-compete agreement against an ex-employee who started a rival company may sue him for conspiracy to interfere and intentional interference with the firm's customer contracts, the Virginia Supreme Court has ruled. Employment lawyers predict that a company seeking to enforce a non-compete will want to add an interference count ...

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