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Key to noncompetes: Know thy worker

Employers can protect themselves when hiring from competitors by understanding jurisdiction and candidates' status

, Corporate Counsel

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Google executive Marissa Mayer left many unanswered questions this week when she gave notice to Google and started working as the CEO at one of the web-search giant's competitors, Yahoo. One of the queries making the rounds on Mayer's Google Plus circles and everyone else's Twitter feeds caught our attention: "Did Marissa Mayer have a noncompete?"

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