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Employer Was Entitled To Terminating Sanctions Against Former Employee

Computer Task Group, Inc. v. Brotby, 364 F.3d 1112 (9th Cir. 2004) Computer Task Group (CTG) sued William Brotby for breach of a non-solicitation/non-disclosure agreement that he signed while he was working as an information technologies consultant. CTG succeeded in obtaining an injunction prohibiting Brotby from working for Alyeska Pipeline Service Company, one of CTG’s … Continue Reading

Terminating Sanctions And $1.6 Million Award Upheld Against Employer Following Discovery Abuses

Walker v. San Francisco Housing Authority, 100 Cal. App. 4th 685 (2002) Thelma Walker was employed as a “journeyman painter” for the San Francisco Housing Authority (SFHA). In her lawsuit against the SFHA and her foreman, Walker alleged that she had been subjected to severe and pervasive sexual harassment, defamation, invasion of privacy, and interference … Continue Reading
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