Jordon v. Pacific Sign Group Inc. et al, [2007] BCSC Docket No. S066820

Court found that a restrictive covenant in his employment contract prohibiting Mr. Jordon from competing against the defendants after he left their employ was unreasonable and unfair and went farther than necessary to protect the defendants’ customer base and prevent the misuse of trade secrets. The covenant was declared unenforceable.

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