Insurance Broker's Former Employee Did Not Violate Injunction, Judge Concludes

Insurance Broker's Former Employee Did Not Violate Injunction, Judge Concludes

NEW YORK - An insurance broker's former employee did not violate a preliminary injunction prohibiting future violations of an employee agreement with regard to the confidentiality and nonsolicitation provisions, a New York federal judge held Oct. 29, denying the insurance broker's motion for sanctions (Dewitt Stern Group Inc. v. Richard Eisenberg, No. 13-3060, S.D. N.Y.; 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 155134).

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