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Employment – Noncompete – Fencing Instructor (access required)

A fencing academy can sue defendants, its former fencing instructor and the competitors who allegedly hired him, for breach of a noncompete, breach of fiduciary duty, conspiracy and tortious interference with contract; a Fairfax Circuit Court overrules defendants’ demurrer. Plaintiffs also may proceed with a claim for punitive damages. The complaint alleges that defendant instructor secretly ...

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