Employing An Individual Under A Non-Compete Does Not Amount To Tortious Interference

Where a business learns about an employee’s then-existing non-compete and non-solicitation agreements after hiring him, the business’ continued employment of the individual—albeit, in violation of the agreements—does not induce the individual to violate the agreements.  Charah, LLC v. Sequoia Services, LLC, 2019 NCBC 17 (J. Robinson).  As a […]