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Employment – Contract – Restrictive Covenant – Duty Of Loyalty

An employee who renegotiated his employment to at-will status with plaintiff employer who said the employee was violating restrictive covenants, and who did not sign an agreement with new restrictive covenants, cannot be sued for breach of contract but can be sued by employer for breach of the duty of loyalty, a Norfolk Circuit Court says.
Workflow Solutions v. Lewis (Norfolk Cir.Ct.) (VLW 008-8-261) (7 pp.)

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