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    Brief the Riggs v. Woman to Woman, PC case, in a separate paragraph discuss whether or not you agree with the courts decision. Why? Why not?

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    Brief of Riggs v. Woman to Woman

    In the case of Riggs v. Woman to Woman, Dr. Riggs, the Plaintiff in this case filed suit in the State of Illinois clamming that her employment agreement, which had a covenant of a "not to compete" contract with Woman to Woman clinic was invalid based on the clinics failure to file with the state of Illinois as a licensed professional corporation (Mallor, Barnes, & Bowers, 2007).

    The Court's review of the case was based on discussions involving the relevancy of the employee contract upon realizing the clinic was not licensed and whether or not this gave Riggs the right to voluntarily void the contract. For the defense, the court would examine the facts surrounding the license process by the State of Illinois and then examine the intent of the clinic to obtain the license and the reasons it was delayed and the actions to complete the license process upon realizing it was not valid by the clinic (Mallor, Barnes, & Bowers, 2007).

    When examining the clinic it was recognized by the court that the clinic was operating as a de ...

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    In the case of Riggs v. Woman to Woman, Dr. Riggs, the Plaintiff in this case filed suit in the State of Illinois clamming that her employment agreement, which had a covenant of a "not to compete" contract with Woman to Woman clinic was invalid based on the clinics failure to file with the state of Illinois as a licensed professional corporation (Mallor, Barnes, & Bowers, 2007).

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