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No preliminary injunction in noncompete contract case (access required)

Even though the parties’ non-competition contract is enforceable on its face against defendant, who is plaintiff’s former employee, plaintiff is denied a preliminary injunction because it has not shown irreparable harm or that the equities tip in its favor. Background ...

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Suit transferred to SDNY due to interrelatedness with prior suit (access required)

Where the parties in this breach of contract suit are already involved in litigation in the Southern District of New York, and that litigation was connected to this one, this suit was transferred to New York. Background Robert Turcotte alleges ...

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No personal jurisdiction over commission suit (access required)

Although a Virginia-based company alleged it was owed commissions by an Illinois corporation because it assisted in selling over $28 million of personal protective equipment, or PPE, the suit was dismissed because the alleged breach of the agreement concerned entities ...

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Brokerage account was not estate asset (access required)

Where a father and son jointly owned a brokerage account and contractually agreed that if the brokerage received conflicting instructions, both had to agree before the brokerage could act, the father’s other children gained no rights to the account after ...

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