ALBANY, N.Y. (Jan. 23)—Extreme Molding L.L.C. co-owner Joanne Moon has been barred from working at the Albany injection molder, the result of a dispute with a former employer. Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Corp. of Wayne, N.J., filed a breach of contract suit and a restraining order Jan. 10 against Moon in U.S. District Court in Albany. Saint-Gobain alleged Moon violated a non-compete clause with that company, which she left in September. Judge Thomas J. McAvoy issued a restraining order preventing Moon from working at Extreme Molding, a firm that started operating in April. Extreme Molding co-owner Lynn Momrow said the company had no comment. Saint-Gobain lawyer Conrad S. Kee also declined to discuss the suit.
Judge bars Extreme Molding owner over non-compete contract
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