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“A Very Tortured Argument”Lawyer Cannot Use Bar Membership to Skirt a Bargained-For Restrictive Covenant in the Sale of a Non-Legal Business

USA - June 17 2019 While it is well-settled law that an attorney cannot be bound by an agreement restricting the right to practice law, that does not insulate attorneys...

Anne V. Dunne.

Get Out Your Popcorn: Former Director of R&D Accused of Stealing Secret Popcorn Recipes

USA - May 6 2019 Caramel Crisp LLC, the owner of Garrett Popcorn Shops (“Garrett”), the renowned Chicago-based purveyor of deliciously flavored popcorn, recently...

Dallin R. Wilson.

FINRA Issues Guidance on the Handling of Customers When a Broker Leaves a Firm

USA - April 29 2019 The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) recently issued some expectationsguidance to industry members on FINRA’s expectations when a...

Erica D. Hendricks, Scott Humphrey.

Fed Seeks to Bar Two Bankers for Life for Stealing Confidential Information

USA - March 13 2019 After being slapped with a post-trial judgment last April totaling $2.2 million for misappropriation of confidential and proprietary information, two...

Andrew T. Stark.

Vermont Seeks to Ban Non-Compete Agreements

USA - January 30 2019 The Vermont Legislature kicked off 2019 with bill H.1, seeking to ban non-competes in the Green Mountain State. The new bill has been filed by Martin...

Anne V. Dunne.