Congress has approved and the President has signed a bill (H.R. 3068) that prohibits a company owned, controlled, or operated by anyone convicted of a felony from providing contract security guards for federal government buildings. The bill has become P.L. 110-356.
A company is not liable for injuries sustained in a vehicle accident caused by one of its employees. The employee, though driving a company truck, was acting outside the scope of his employment when the accident occurred because the employee was traveling to meet his wife on a purely personal errand.
A state appeals court has ruled that a company’s noncompete agreement is unenforceable because it is overbroad. The court ruled that the company has “no protectable interest in public information” and “cannot deem by fiat all information…acquired through employment is confidential.”