13/10/2015 · (See Ragsdale Bros. Roofing, Inc. v. United Bank of Denver, 744 P.2d 750 [Colo. Ct. App. 1987]; see generally Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. v. Horner, 255 P.3d 1058, 1062 [Colo. 2011][recognizing
Livingstone v. Evans 4 D.L.R. 769 (1925) Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. v. Horner 255 P.3d 1058 (2011) Lucy v. Zehmer 84 S.E.2d 516 (1954) Luria Bros. & Co. v. Pielet Bros. Scrap Iron 600 F.2d 103 (1979)
12/12/2011 · Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. v. Horner, 255 P.3d 1058, 1061 (Colo.2011). "Consideration may take the form of forbearance by one party to refrain from doing something that it is legally entitled to do." Id. Almost any form of consideration will support a valid
MONDAY, MARCH 31, 2014 sions and absurdly long durations of time for soliciting employees or clients—virtually turning them into noncompetes. See Jay's Custom String -ing, Inc. v. Yu, 01 Civ..1690, 2001 WL 761067, at *3 (S.D.N.Y. July 6, 2001) (employee's
Lucht s Concrete Pumping, Inc. v. Horner, 255 P.3d 1058, 1061 (Colo. 2011). Consideration may take the form of forbearance by one party to refrain from doing something that it is legally entitled to do.
15/4/2014 · See also, e.g., Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. v. Horner, 255 P.3d 1058, 1062-63 (Colo. 2011) (en banc) (holding that continued at-will employment can form consideration for a restrictive covenant in Colorado, but that the agreement must then be assessed for
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Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. v. Horner, 255 P.3d 1058 (Colo. 2011), the Colorado Supreme Court determined that continuing the employment of an existing at-will employee is adequate consideration to support a noncompetition agreement signed by the
30/4/2015 ·  See, e.g., Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. v. Horner, 255 P.3d 1058, 1059-60 (Colo. 2011) (en banc); Summits 7, Inc. v. Kelly, 886 A.2d 365, 20 (Vt. 2005) ("In either case, the employee is, in effect, agreeing not to compete for a given period following employment in exchange for either initial or continued employment.");
estate offerings and soliciting co-workers to quit); Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. v. Horner, 224 P.3d 355 (Colo. App. 2009), rev'd on other grounds, 255 P.3d 1058 (Colo. 2011) (when employee's authority made him an agent of the employer, the relationship was a fiduciary
12/3/2004 · Plaintiff, Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. (LCP), appeals the trial court's judgments in favor of defendants, Tracy Horner and Everist Materials, LLC (Everist), on claims regarding a noncompete agreement, duty of loyalty, and misappropriation of trade value. We affirm in part, reverse in part, and remand with directions.
Citation255 P.3d 1058 (Colo. 2011) Brief Fact Summary. Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. sued Horner for violating a non-compete agreement entered into by Horner when she was an employee of the company. Synopsis of Rule of Law. Continuing an at-will
255 P.3d 1058 (2011) Facts Tracy Horner (defendant) worked for Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. (Lucht's) (plaintiff) as a division manager who was responsible for establishing and maintaining business relationships in the region.
noncompetes. See Jay's Custom String - ing, Inc. v. Yu, 01 Civ..1690, 2001 WL 761067, at *3 (S.D.N.Y. July 6, 2001) (employee's broad confidentiality covenant "effectively barred him from working as a tennis racket technician anywhere in the world for a period
20/8/2015 · Settling an issue raised but not decided in the court's prior decision in Star Direct, Inc. v. Dal Pra, 2009 WI 76, 319 Wis. 2d 274, 767 N.W.2d 898 (2009), the Runzheimer decision makes Wisconsin the thirtieth state to conclude that continued employment does