Amazon sues ex-employee who went to work for Google Cloud

9 12 2014

Lawsuits over “non-compete” contracts aren’t seen often in the tech sector, even though such agreements are commonplace. In part, that’s because such agreements are generally banned in California, where many tech companies are based. The deals are legal in most states, however, so litigation does occur, usually over key employees in hot sectors.

Last week, Amazon sued Zoltan Szabadi, who worked for Amazon Web Services until May, when he moved to a job working at Google Cloud Platform. The lawsuit, first reported by Geekwire, was filed on June 27 in King County Superior Court in Seattle.



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