Business Litigation: April 2019 Archives

Does The Wage Act Apply To Employment In A Foreign Country?

The answer is: it depends.  A Superior Court recently addressed that issue in Lockley v. (Suffolk Superior Court, No.201801293-BLS2). Ms. Lockley, a resident of Colorado, brought a putative class action lawsuit alleging violation of the Wage Act against, Inc. ("Student City"), a foreign corporation doing business in Massachusetts.

Business Litigation Session Holds That Memorized Information Derived From Employment Can Violate Confidential Information And Non-Solicitation Clauses

In a novel recent decision, the Business Litigation Session of the Superior Court of Massachusetts held that a financial consultant who had left his job and then allegedly prepared a list of his old firm's clients entirely from memory on his first day with his new employer had violated the non-solicitation and confidential information provisions in his employment agreement with the former employer.  

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