Judge: Attorney Fees Constitute Injury; Standing For Injunctive Relief Lacking

Judge: Attorney Fees Constitute Injury; Standing For Injunctive Relief Lacking

SAN FRANCISCO - Attorney fees incurred in defending against unenforceable noncompete agreements constitute a California unfair competition law (UCL) injury but do not provide Article III standing for injunctive relief, a federal judge held Dec. 2 in granting an employer's motion for reconsideration (Imtiaz Khan, et al. v. K3 Pure Solutions LP, et al., No. 12-5526, N.D. Calif.; 2013 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 169855).

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