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  • Luchts Concrete Pumping Inc. v. Horner - StudyBuddy

    Citation. 255 P.3d 1058 (Colo. 2011). Brief Fact Summary. Luchts Concrete Pumping Inc. sued Horner for violating a non-compete agreement entered into by Horner when

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  • LUCHT CONCRETE PUMPING INC v. HORNER LLC |

    Mar 12 2004 · Plaintiff Lucht's Concrete Pumping Inc. (LCP) appeals the trial court's judgments in favor of defendants Tracy Horner and Everist Materials LLC (Everist) on claims regarding a noncompete agreement duty of loyalty and misappropriation of trade value. We affirm in part reverse in part and remand with directions.

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  • Lucht's Concrete Pumping Inc. v. Horner Colorado Supreme ...

    Lucht's Concrete Pumping Inc. v. Horner 255 P.3d 1058 ( 2011 ) This opinion cites 21 cases: Serafin Garcia v. Aetna Finance Company a Delaware Corporation 752 F.2d 488 ( 1984 ) Tenth Circuit | Monday December 17 1984 | Cited 2 times; Curtis 1000 Incorporated v. Roy H. Suess and American Business Forms Incorporated 24 F.3d 941 ( 1994 )

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  • LUCHT'S CONCRETE PUMPING INC. v. HORNER | 255 P.3d 1058 ...

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  • Lyon v. Belosky Construction Inc. | Case Brief for Law ...

    Citation669 N.Y.S.2d 400 (App. Div. 1998) Brief Fact Summary. Lyon brought suit for breach of contract against Belosky Construction Inc. (Belosky) when Belosky failed to construct the home in accordance with specific design drawings. Synopsis of Rule of Law. The proper measure for damages in breach of a construction contract is the difference between the []

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  • Petitioner: Lucht's Concrete Pumping Inc. a Colorado ...

    v. Respondents: Tracy Horner and Everist Materials LLC d/b/a Peak Concrete Pumping an Iowa limited liability company. 255 P.3d 1058. Summary. The supreme court granted certiorari to determine whether continuing the employment of an existing at-will employee was adequate consideration to support a noncompetition agreement. The employer ...

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    May 31 2011 · Luchts Concrete Pumping Inc. v. Horner. May 31 2011. May 31 2011 by Justia

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  • Brief-Lucht's Concrete Pumping Inc. v. Horner - Contracts ...

    Case brief. concrete pumping inc. horner 255 p.3d 1058 (2011). facts: concrete pumping appellant vs. tracy appellee. hired horner as an employee

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  • Lucht's Concrete Pumping Inc. v. Horner Colorado Supreme ...

    Lucht's Concrete Pumping Inc. v. Horner 224 P.3d 355 (Colo.App.2009). We granted certiorari [1] and now reverse the court of appeals. We hold that an employer *1060 that forbears from terminating an existing at-will employee forbears from exercising a legal right and that therefore such forbearance constitutes adequate consideration for a ...

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  • Luchts Concrete Pumping Inc. a Colorado corporation v ...

    Luchts Concrete Pumping Inc. a Colorado corporation v. Tracy Horner and Everist Materials LLC d/b/a Peak Concrete Pumping an Iowa limited liability company

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  • Luchts Concrete Pumping Inc. v. Horner | Case Brief for ...

    Citation255 P.3d 1058 (Colo. 2011) Brief Fact Summary. Luchts Concrete Pumping Inc. sued Horner for violating a non-compete agreement entered into by Horner when she was an employee of the company. Synopsis of Rule of Law. Continuing an at-will employment relationship constitutes sufficient consideration to support a contract. Facts. Horner was hired as an at-will []

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  • FindACase | Lucht's Concrete Pumping Inc. v. Horner

    Jun 11 2009 · Lucht's Concrete Pumping Inc. v. Horner Court of Appeals of Colorado June 11 2009 LUCHT'S CONCRETE PUMPING INC. a Colorado corporation Plaintiff-Appellant v. Tracy HORNER and Everist Materials LLC d/b/a Peak Concrete Pumping an

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  • Lucht's Concrete Pumping Inc. v. Horner 255 P.3d 1058 ...

    May 31 2011 · Lucht's Concrete Pumping Inc. v. Horner 224 P.3d 355 (Colo.App.2009). We granted certiorari [1] and now reverse the court of appeals. We hold that an employer *1060 that forbears from terminating an existing at-will employee forbears from exercising a legal right and that therefore such forbearance constitutes adequate consideration for a ...

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  • Colorado Supreme Court Holds Continued Employment Is ...

    Jun 15 2011 · On May 31 2011 the Colorado Supreme Court held that continued employment is sufficient consideration to support a noncompetition agreement in Lucht's Concrete Pumping Inc. v. Horner No. 09SC627 2011 Colo. LEXIS 436 (May 31 2011).An en banc panel of the Colorado Supreme Court reversed a decision of the Colorado Court of Appeals which reasoned that continued

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  • Lucht's Concrete Pumping Inc. v. Horner :: 2011 ...

    Lucht s Concrete Pumping Inc. v. Horner 224 P.3d 355 (Colo. App. 2009). We granted certiorari1 and now reverse the court of appeals. We hold that an employer that forbears from terminating an existing at-will employee forbears from exercising a legal right and that therefore such forbearance constitutes adequate consideration for a ...

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  • Continued Employment is Adequate Consideration for Non ...

    Nov 17 2011 · The Colorado Supreme Court has held that continued employment of an at-will employee is adequate consideration for a non-compete agreement. Luchts Concrete Pumping Inc. v. Horner (Colo. 2011). To protect their interests employers may ask employees to sign non-compete agreements. In these agreements employees agree not to work in their chosen field for a period...

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    May 31 2011 · Luchts Concrete Pumping Inc. v. Horner. May 31 2011. May 31 2011 by Justia

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