Steve Johnson was retained by a successful sales executive in the e-commerce and banking sector who sought to leave his current employer to work for a potential competitor of his prior employer. The prior employer was seeking to “under pay” the severance for the sales executive under a threat of litigation to enforce the restrictive covenant contained in the employment contract signed by the firm’s client upon joining the prior employer. Steve was able to obtain a fair and reasonable severance payment for his client, but even more importantly for the client, Steve was able to negotiate the language in the Separation Agreement which allowed the client to join the potential competitor without the risk of being sued for violation of the restrictive covenant signed with his prior employer.
- Jury Returns Verdict in favor of Hospital and Emergency Medicine Physicians
- Judge Grants Summary Judgment in favor of Hospital and Emergency Medicine Physician
- Jury Returns Verdict in favor of Health System and Family Practice Physician
- Victory on Claims of Excessive Force Against Task Force Members
- Radiologist not guilty of failing to diagnose lung cancer in a 40-year-old male which resulted in his death and, who was survived by a wife and 4 children
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