Represented Manhattan Associates who hired an employee who had previously worked for competitor. The employee did not have a non-compete obligation in favor of former employer. After our client hired the employee, the competitor filed suit in Minneapolis alleging "inevitable disclosure" and seeking a TRO to enjoin its former employee from working for our client. We successfully defeated the motion for TRO. In March 2006, we defeated temporary restraining order sought by plaintiff (to enjoin defendant's employment with Manhattan Associates).

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Patent procurement and counseling services to YKK Corporation of America
Provide patent procurement and counseling services to YKK Corporation of America, an industry leader in the development of fastening and more
Acquisition of an international biotechnology laboratory by a clinical laboratory network
The firm assisted one of the world's largest clinical laboratory networks in its acquisition of an international biotechnology more
Centennial Healthcare going-private transaction
Represented the Special Committee of the Board of Centennial Healthcare, an operator of more than 100 nursing home facilities, in its consideration more
$250 million syndicated senior-secured revolving and term loan b credit facilities to a medical equipment manufacturer and distributor
Represented lead agents and lead arrangers in connection with $250 million of syndicated senior-secured revolving and term loan b credit more