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July 30, 2010

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Charles

This is an important case for new employers to consider when faced with a cease and desist letter from the former employer. This is a very common fact pattern, and places a new employer must now tread carefully in reacting to such a letter. I also discuss the Silguero opinion in my blog: http://caltradesecrets.com/

Best,
Charles

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