The team has been defending the company since March 2020 against a lawsuit alleging breach of an employment agreement with non-compete and non-solicitation provisions. The plaintiff filed a motion for a temporary injunction in early 2021, which, if successful, would have required the company to stop operating.
Baggott and Buffo defended their clients during a three-day evidentiary hearing this summer. On November 16, the judge overseeing the case denied the temporary injunction motion, allowing the firm’s client to continue to operate. Among other reasons for the denial, Baggott and Buffo successfully argued the plaintiff failed to establish it would suffer irreparable harm without an injunction.
“As a business owner in a small town, our transportation clients are a significant employer,” Baggott said. “We were thrilled to get this win not only for our clients, but also for their customers, employees and drivers.”
Baggott is an experienced employment lawyer representing both companies and individuals on all aspects of employment law. She strategically guides businesses through the complex web of workplace laws and, when claims arise, defends employers before administrative agencies and courts. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (816) 714-3022.
Buffo, an experienced commercial litigator, has a strong business acumen that helps him understand his clients’ needs. His decade of experience in the manufacturing industry before law school gives him a unique perspective and approach to legal matters. He can be reached at email@example.com or (816) 714-3023.