WATERVLIET, N.Y. (Feb. 21)—Extreme Molding L.L.C co-owner Joanne Moon is back at work after a judge modified a temporary restraining order in a breach of contract suit filed by one of her former employers. Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Corp. of Wayne, N.J., had filed a complaint against Moon in U.S. District Court in Albany, N.Y., on Jan. 10. The company alleged that Moon had violated a non-compete clause that she had with Saint-Gobain, which she left in September. The court initially barred Moon from working at Extreme, but the court allowed her to return to work on Jan. 17. G. Kimball Williams, a lawyer who represents Moon, said the court did not intend to close the company, but aimed instead to prevent her from working on projects that could compete directly with Saint-Gobain.
Extreme Molding owner back at work
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