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New Minnesota Noncompete Case Addresses Interesting Issues

A new decision by Judge John Tunheim of the Federal District Court in Minnesota in GreatAmerica Leasing v. Dolan and Grissler thoroughly analyzes some unusual and interesting issues in the context of a motion for a temporary restraining order to enforce restrictive covenants against departing employees:  first, whether a written document which contains a merger clause should be viewed as a complete “integration” of the terms of the contract, and second, whether a non-compete agreement is assignable under Minnesota law where the agreement does not include an assignability provision in favor of the successor corporation.

Ok, maybe they are only interesting to a non-compete geek like me.

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