Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Mr. Meyer E. Ruback (Mr. Joseph A. Weisman, on the brief; Messrs. Ruback & Albach, attorneys) argued the cause for the appellant.
Mr. Alton V. Evans argued the cause for the respondents Imperial Fur Blending Corporation, Richard Villani and Robert Caruba.
Mr. Joseph Weintraub (Messrs. McGlynn, Weintraub & Stein, attorneys) argued the cause for the respondent Philip A. Singer.
The Supreme Court of New Jersey.
The opinion of the court was delivered by WACHENFELD, J.
Appellant instituted suit to enforce the terms of an employment contract containing various restrictive covenants and to obtain redress for the use by respondents of its secret processes and formulae. The court below, on the merits of the case, found the contract valid and breached by the conduct of Singer, in which the other respondents participated, but dismissed the bill for the sole reason that shortly after...
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