I just had to share this news report with our readers.

Ted Arneault was hosting a show live on KDKA-AM (1020) when he was served papers alleging that he was in violation of the non-compete clause of his contract with a former employer. MTR Gaming Group, based in West Virginia, claims that Arneault violated his non-compete when he became a shareholder of American Harness Tracks.

Mr. Arneault should have spoken with lawyers BEFORE going on the air and “thumbing his nose” at the non-compete agreement he signed with his previous employer.

My Take: Know the legal consequences of your actions before you make employment decisions which could be embarrassing and costly.

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