Apple Sues Former Executive for Starting Competitor During Work Hours

Apple is suing a former employee in California who the company claims started a rival business while on the clock. Although California law favors employee mobility and limits employers’ use of noncompete agreements, workers generally can’t use company time and

resources to set up their own shop. Here are some points for employers to keep in mind about using noncompetes.

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