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Coming on the heels of a series of decisions narrowing the permissible scope of enforceable restrictive covenants, the Virginia Supreme Court’s most recent decision in Assurance Data, Inc. v. Malyevac, Record No. 121989 (Sep. 12, 2013), at least offers a procedural break for employers facing a challenge to the enforceability of their restrictive covenants.  On

As of July 1, 2013, Virginia employers will not be required to release to third parties certain personal information relating to their current or former employees unless the release or disclosure is related to a judicial proceeding.  On March 18, 2013, the General Assembly approved an amendment to the Code of Virginia to add a