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Non-Solicitation Clause Struck as ‘Overbroad’ (access required)

An auto-detailing business cannot recover from its former employer who made plans to start a competing business while still employed by plaintiff; a Chesapeake Circuit Court says plaintiff’s non-solicitation clause is facially overbroad because it would prevent defendant from offering his services as a “concert promoter, fishing guide, sous chef or plumber,” and plaintiff has ...