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Employment – Noncompete – Nonsolicitation – Severability (access required)

A Fairfax Circuit Court says it can enforce a Nonsolicitation of Customers clause in an IT director’s contract, but not the contract’s Noncompete clause, which is unenforceable because of the vagueness of its language barring work in “substantially similar or related” employment. Plaintiff Daston Corporation hired defendant Randall Spruill as managing director and defendant David Stout ...

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