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Mar. 2004

Lawyers Weekly features Christopher R. O'Hara in “Staying on Track in a Non-Compete Case”

Christopher R. O'Hara helped a national high tech temporary staffing company to enforce a non-competition agreement with former employees.

As alleged in the plaintiff's complaint, the former employees had misappropriated some of its former employer's confidential business information when they went to work for a competing staffing company. In issuing the preliminary injunction against the Defendants, the court ruled that the non-competition agreement was valid and binding, and served legitimate business interest, including the protection of the Company's goodwill and confidential information.

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