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Court Applies Choice of Law Provision in Non-Compete Dispute

Joseph Dietrich and Thomas Swider worked for Senture, LLC, selling services and support for government security programs. Spefically, Mr. Swider and Mr. Dietrich worked on the government’s Transportation Workers’ Identification Credential (“TWIC”) program.

In 2007, they left Senture and join a competitor, SAIC, Inc., shortly thereafter. Around the same time, SAIC obtained a subcontract with Lockheed Martin to do TWIC work similar to . . .

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Virginia Government Contractor Enforces Non-Compete Contract

In Virginia, non-compete contracts are common among government contractors. There are a couple of reasons:

No contractor wants to invest time and resources to win a bid, only to lose key personnel to a competitor.
Government contracts involve trade secrets. Non-compete clauses protect the company’s proprietary information.

Given their importance, it was not surprising to see the Supreme Court of Virginia enforce a contractor’s non-compete clause . . .

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