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Taking Over Client Was Fiduciary Duty Breach (access required)

An employee who generated more than $2 million after taking over the work of his employer's client is liable for breach of fiduciary duty and tortious interference, a circuit judge has ruled. The employee, the manager of a pre-press and printing company, performed about $350,000 worth of services for a third party using the company's equipment. ...

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