Metz Lewis Disqualified in Noncompete Case Against Ex-Client

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A Pittsburgh law firm has been disqualified from representing a company suing a former employee for allegedly violating a noncompete because that law firm represented the employee and company in a similar challenge when he joined years prior.

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