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February 13, 2009 in News by

Employer’s non-compete went too far, panel holds

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Paul K. Sun, Jr.

Ellis & Winters attorney Paul K Sun, Jr. was featured in a recent article in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly: An appeals panel held that a Triangle-based medical staffing company went too far when it required a branch manager to sign a non-compete covenant that would have prevented the manager from going to work for competitors — not only his former employer’s competitors but also those of its affiliates.