to be the same manuals that were at issue in the Real-Time case). ... (Dedic also argued that he was not liable because he was not a party to the contract between Warrington and Kellogg. ... and pointed out that Sanders had signed an agreement which stated, aquot;Employee recognizes and acknowledges that the list of the ... The Warrington case aquot;involves merely a promise between two non- competing parties under which the buyer agreed not to disclose certain confidential information.
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