Environmental services contractor accuses employee of breaking employment agreement

A full-service environmental and industrial services contractor that specializes in waste management, environmental remediation, industrial cleaning and other industrial services took steps to enforce an employment agreement and restrictive covenants against a key salesman leaving the company to form a competing company. This matter was important to the environmental services contractor because the loss of the salesman and the salesman's decision to form a competing company could greatly impact its annual revenues.

Waller assisted the contractor in enforcing its employment agreement and its non-solicitation provision to help protect the company against losses involving key customers.

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