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Wolfe v. TBG Limited (E.D. Pa. 2014)

Articles Discussing Case:

Court Upholds Forum Selection Clause Over Plaintiff's Claims of Inconvenience and Expense

Fisher Phillips • February 10, 2014
A senior manager alleging claims against his former employer arising out of the early termination of an incentive plan will have to take his case abroad. In Wolf v. TBG Limited, C.A. No. 13-3315 (Jan. 28, 2014), the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania recently upheld the forum selection clause in the employee’s long- term incentive plan and held that the employee had to litigate his claims in England.

Sometimes Noteworthy Non-Compete Decisions Have No Non-Competes

Fisher Phillips • February 04, 2014
As a non-compete litigator, I often scan the case reports looking for noteworthy non-compete decisions. In doing so, I look for the usual buzzwords of interest -- non-compete, trade secret, preliminary injunction, etc. But every once in a while, I come across a case that has nothing to do with non-competes that is worth tucking away in the research file. Wolfe v. TBG Limited is just such a case.