Pastore & Dailey recently obtained a preliminary injunction in NYS Supreme Court (New York County) against 2 ex-employees of a financial services firm (including a FINRA member firm), ordering them to abide by non-solicitation clauses (of customers and fellow employees) in their employment agreements. The injunction lasts for one year from the termination date of the employees’ employment.
Tags: Employment, Firm Victory, Joseph Pastore, Security
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