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Employment – Fiduciary Duty Breach – Government Contract Bids (access required)

A former president of plaintiff company may not have breached his employment agreement by using his work computer for non-work related purposes, but he did breach his fiduciary duty of loyalty by devoting his professional time and energy towards activities intended to benefit himself and/or corporate entities other than plaintiff company, and an Alexandria U.S. ...

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