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Company’s Nonsolicitation Claim Advances (access required)

A company that offered physical and occupational therapy services to skilled nursing facilities may sue a competitor for breach of a Nondisclosure Agreement the parties signed during negotiations for de­fendant to buy plaintiff, by alleged solici­tation of plaintiff’s staff; however, ...

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No Early Injunction on Restrictive Covenant Claims (access required)

An Alexandria U.S. District Court denies a preliminary injunction to plaintiff credit union, who alleges de­fendants have conspired to establish a new business to compete with the credit union’s previously acquired divi­sion to promote government loans, pur­chased from several of ...

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Delivery Contractor Claims ‘Business Partnership’ (access required)

Although defendant FedEx allegedly described its contractual relationship with plaintiff to cover a certain deliv­ery leg in Virginia Beach as being that of a “business partner,” an “indepen­dent contractor” and said that plaintiff would be required to plan its delivery ...

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Court Erred in Applying Contract Damages Cap

In this litigation over damages caps on liabilities owed under a merger agree­ment governing buyer Airbus Americas Inc.’s purchase of Metron Aviation Inc., a vendor of a software program for air traf­fic control systems, the trial court erred in calculating ...

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