A company recruited a top sales executive who had an employment contract with a competitor company.  The competitor sued the company for damages suffered as a result of losing its top sales producer on the grounds that the company interfered with the competitor’s contractual relationship with its employee.  Defense expenses were in excess of $250,000 and the competitor was awarded damages of $600,000.

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