Debbie Nolan was sued for violating a non-compete agreement when she left a job for a competitor in Boise. Nolan’s case was settled out of court, but inspired her tattoo that reads “Trust No One.”
Debbie Nolan was sued for violating a non-compete agreement when she left a job for a competitor in Boise. Nolan’s case was settled out of court, but inspired her tattoo that reads “Trust No One.” KIM RAFF NYT
Debbie Nolan was sued for violating a non-compete agreement when she left a job for a competitor in Boise. Nolan’s case was settled out of court, but inspired her tattoo that reads “Trust No One.” KIM RAFF NYT

It’s time to rewrite Idaho’s non-compete laws, which are toxic to our economy

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