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October 15, 2005

Judge Stays Google's Trial Move Request

A federal judge in California has stayed Google's request to move the litigation concerning Microsoft's former employee Dr. Kai-Fu Lee.  The case is now being heard in Seattle.  The issue is the non-compete clause in Dr. Lee's contract with Microsoft and whether he breached it in his new employment with Google.

Inforworld has a story here.

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