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Berger Singerman represented the Neptune Society, a national cremation company, against its former President who formed a competing company, and thereafter hired away the company’s then President, IT Director, Chief Financial Officer, and Executive Vice President of Sales. The company also sued all of the departing executives, each of whom left without notice, and the competitor. Berger Singerman was able to obtain a preliminary injunction, effective nationwide, enjoining the defendants from hiring away any other Neptune Society employees. The case settled shortly thereafter.

Berger Singerman represented the U.S. division of All Leisure Group, the largest cruise ship operator in Great Britain, in a theft of trade secrets case brought against the former President of the division and a vendor. Berger Singerman was successful in obtaining an ex parte injunction against its former U.S. President and the vendor in the United States District Court for the Southern Division of Florida. After forensic examinations of all applicable devices determined that all information had been returned, the parties stipulated to the entry of a permanent injunction.

Berger Singerman represented All Risks, Ltd, a national insurance brokerage firm based in Baltimore, and several of its employees from Central Florida, who left their previous employer to work for All Risks Ltd., in alleged violation of third restrictive covenants. Berger Singerman was successful in defeating plaintiffs motion for temporary injunction and the four individual defendants, all of whom left their previous employer, were able to work at All Risks, Ltd. without any limitations.

Berger Singerman represented a body armor manufacturer in an action against an engineer and director of sales and a new competitive entity they formed, in flagrant violation of non-compete and non-solicitation agreements they had with the company. Following an evidentiary hearing, Berger Singerman secured the issuance of a comprehensive preliminary injunction for our client, as a result of potential lost business.

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