A limousine driver whose clients include actors Goldie Hawn, Jaime Pressly and Paul Giamatti, and cycling champion Lance Armstrong has been sued for starting his own business and retaining his former employer’s celebrity clientele.

However, defendant Jeffrey Kaplan has won the first battle in the fight over the valued customers, as a Manhattan judge has denied Attitude New York Inc.’s motion for a preliminary injunction, which sought to enforce the company’s non-competition agreement and to bar Kaplan from soliciting its customers.

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