Howell Jewelry World Vs. Jennifer Lawson

1084 WordsJun 4, 20165 Pages
Howell Jewelry World vs. Jennifer Lawson is the legal subject and ramifications of breach of covenant not to compete. Analysis of Howell Jewelry World vs. Jennifer Lawson litigation before the presiding court contains submissions of facts, precedent cases of law, and facts to be determined. The memorandum will summarize with confidence a favorable ruling in Howell Jewelry World vs. Jennifer Lawson and Howell Jewelry vs. Triumph Jewels. Howell Jewelry World vs. Jennifer Lawson Howell Jewelry World vs. Triumph Jewels Facts Represented Howell Jewelry World entered into an at will employment contract with Jennifer Lawson (“defendant”). The company provided a legal and enforceable employment contract. The defendant read, accepted and signed the employment contract offered under no duress or coercion. A covenant not to compete nor disclose company patent secrets to Howell’s competitors the defendant initialed and signed. Jennifer Lawson was terminated from employment due to excessive tardiness. Upon termination, it was revealed to Howell Jewelry World, the defendant is an employee of Triumph Jewels, another company in competition with Howell. The defendant is liable for breach of covenant not to compete. Howell Jewelry World is pursuing legal actions against Triumph Jewels for Jennifer Howell’s breach of covenant not to compete. Facts and Laws: Unlawful Termination The company has the right to terminate an employee as long as the termination does not discriminate or
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