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Non-Competition Agreements

Business Court Declines to Enforce a Covenant Not to Compete

Department 7 of the Washoe County Business Court entered a December 5, 2016 Order denying a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction enforcing a former employee’s covenant not to compete. Background The plaintiff was a trading firm engaged in trading, investment, and other business activities in United States, European, and Asian markets. The defendant was […]

Washoe County Business Court Issues Preliminary Injunction Enforcing Non-Competition Agreement, But Limits Its Scope

By Jerry Carter. On June 4, 2014, the Washoe County Business Court entered a Preliminary Injunction enforcing a Confidentiality and Non-Competition Agreement against a hospital administrator. However, the Business Court Judge reduced the scope of the Agreement to the cardiology administrative services that were performed by the administrator for his former employer. The Court held that the […]

When May The Highest Ranking Officer of a Corporation Be Required to Testify in a Deposition?

By Jerry Carter. From time to time, a party in Business Court litigation will seek to take the deposition of the other party’s highest ranking officer. The party seeking the deposition will insist that the highest ranking officer has relevant information. On the other hand, the highest ranking officer will suggest that he or she […]

Washoe County Business Court Issues Temporary Restraining Order Enforcing Covenants Not to Compete

By Jerry Carter.  A September 7, 2012 Order offers a glimpse into the circumstances under which a Washoe County Business Court will enforce, at least temporarily, a covenant not to compete.  The Court found that two individuals signed covenants not to compete with the Plaintiff employer for one year following termination of their employment.  The […]

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