A client’s former sales manager left and immediately took a position with a major competitor. Apparently, he was not too concerned about the noncompetition and nondisclosure provisions of the employment contract he had signed. We brought suit, asking the court to enjoin the former manager from competing with our client or disclosing its trade secrets. The court granted judgment in our client’s favor.
[Mid-State Sales, Inc. v. Snyder (Franklin County Court of Common Pleas, case no. 10CVH15184)]