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Contract – Former Client Contacts Not Barred (access required)

After weighing an investment firm’s affidavits with second-hand accounts alleging that two former employees breached nonsolicitation agreements by contacting clients when they changed firms, a Norfolk U.S. District Court denies a preliminary injunction to the firm pending arbitration of the ...

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When a conviction is a ticket home

Mistakenly telling a client that his criminal conviction won’t force his departure from U.S. shores can let the client overturn the conviction, as a new federal case illustrates. Alexandria Senior U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III granted a Pakistani citizen’s ...

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