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Pest Control’s Noncompete Struck (access required)

A divided Supreme Court of Virginia strikes a pest control company’s noncompete that said for two years, a former employee could not engage “directly or indirectly” in “any manner whatsoever” in conducting broadly identified activities of a pest control business; the high court says it has “incrementally clarified” the law since it upheld the same ...

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