NON-COMPETES HELP COMPANIES KEEP SECRETS

Eight months after Intarome Fragrance & Flavor Corp. terminated a sales executive, the company smelled something funny. The New Jersey fragrance maker received an e-mail that showed the sales executive was soliciting business from a key Intarome customer, according to court papers.

Intarome sued its former employee, accusing him of breaking an agreement not to compete with the company in the U.S. for a year if he ever left his job. And the suit also accused the ex-employee — who denies the allegations — of trying to sell “duplicate” Intarome products in violation of his agreement not to divulge confidential information.

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Dan Frith

Dan Frith

Dan Frith has over 25 years of experience representing individuals and families in cases of medical malpractice throughout Virginia. He has been named "Best Medical Malpractice Attorney" by Roanoker Magazine and is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. To speak with Dan, contact him by email at dfrith@frithlawfirm.com.