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(L to R) Buchalter's Julian (Pete) Mack and Dylan Wiseman,(Photo: Courtesy Photo) (L to R) Buchalter’s Julian (Pete) Mack and Dylan Wiseman,(Photo: Courtesy Photo)

On November 12, California’s Fourth Appellate District finalized a ruling which sent a strong message to California employers. Businesses should revisit the scope of their confidentiality agreements to make certain the definition of “Confidential Information” is not so broad that it effectively prohibits former employees from working.

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