Assignment Lessons: Eighth Circuit Finds Assigned Non-Competes Enforceable-Under Certain Facts
Bloomberg BNA Daily Labor Report
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James P. Flynn and Yael Spiewak, attorneys in the Litigation and Employment, Labor & Workforce Management practices, and Paul A. Gomez and Purvi B. Maniar, attorneys in the Health Care and Life Sciences practice, authored an article in Bloomberg BNA Daily Labor Report titled “Assignment Lessons: Eighth Circuit Finds Assigned Non-Competes Enforceable - Under Certain Facts.” The article discusses how the Eighth Circuit’s decision on Symphony Diagnostic Servs. No. 1 v. Greenbaum may affect employers seeking to enforce or to avoid enforcement of noncompetition and confidentiality agreements following the acquisition of a business via an asset purchase.
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