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Reducing Litigation Costs in Noncompete Litigation: Employee’s and New Employer’s Perspectives (Part Two of Two)

When an employee and his or her new employer are sued for potentially violating a noncompete agreement, they both will face immediate challenges carrying heavy costs and risks. The employee may not have told the new employer about the noncompete, perhaps because of a
mistaken belief that noncompetes are unenforceable. 

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