The United States Law Week
Aug. 7, 2020, 8:27 PM
Digital marketing firm Six Dimensions lost its suit against a former employee and competing firm Friday, when the Fifth Circuit ruled their non-solicitation agreement was void and reversed an award for breach of contract.
Six Dimensions sued Lynn Brading alleging she breached two non-solicitation agreements—one signed when she was hired in 2014, and the other when she resigned in 2015—when she left to work for Perficient Inc., a competing digital firm. Both agreements barred her from recruiting Six Dimension employees for two years.
Despite the agreements, Brading convinced seven Six Dimensions employees to work for Perficient before the two year…