...resistance when seeking to enforce covenants not to compete. States such as Georgia and California continue to refuse to honor those restrictions. Even in states...
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When the principals of Harrisburg-based firm Schutjer Bogar spoke to The Legal in February, the mood was somber and the future of the firm was bleak
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