1. RonColeman

    That would really seem to be a stretch applied to a tort claim, but looking at the breadth of that contractual language, as long as the court considered it enforceable, I guess that would count.

  2. I don't think this court's decision is right. If all the former IBO said was "if you knew what I knew, you'd do what I'm doing" then the person has only put into writing what his actions already have told others. When people learn that this former IBO went to another company, they would receive the same message (or should, at least, if they can think) as the blog post. Perhaps the defendant will have better luck with the appellate court.

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