The fifth Fairly Competing podcast, The Lessons of Amazon.com v. Powers, is now available for listeners and subscribers.
In this episode, John Marsh, Russell Beck, and I discuss the high-profile litigation involving former Amazon.com executive Daniel Powers and his move to Google in late 2012.
More background on this important non-compete case can be found on previous blog posts authored by John, Russell, and me.
You can listen to the podcast by clicking on the link below, visiting the official podcast website, or subscribing to Fairly Competing on iTunes.
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