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Virginia Supreme Court Finds Unenforceable a Non-Competition Agreement with Broad Language Prohibiting Former Employees from Working In Any Capacity for a Competitor

May 01, 2002

By Diana L. Embrey

On April 19, 2002, the Virginia Supreme Court ruled that a non-competition agreement that prohibits a former employee from working in any capacity for a competitor is unenforceable.