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Dec 19, 2011 · Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. v. Horner Date: May 31, 2011 Docket Number: 09SC627 Justia Opinion Summary: Petitioner Lucht's Concrete Pumping sought to enforce a non-compete agreement signed by Respondent Tracy Horner, a former at-will employee. Because Mr. Horner was an at-will employee at the time he signed the agreement,

LUCHT CONCRETE PUMPING INC v. HORNER LLC |

Mar 12, 2004 · Colorado Court of Appeals,Div. I. LUCHT'S CONCRETE PUMPING, INC., a Colorado corporation, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Tracy HORNER and Everist Materials, LLC, d/b/a Peak Concrete Pumping, an Iowa limited liability company, Defendants-Appellees. No. …

Legal Developments In Non-Competition Agreements: Colorado

Mar 26, 2010 · The Supreme Court of Colorado has granted certiorari in the case only as to the consideration issue.--Court: Court of Appeals of Colorado, Division One Opinion Date: 6/11/09 Cite: Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. v. Horner, 224 P.3d 355 (Colo. Ct. App. 2009) Favors: Employee Law: Colorado

Employee May Be Stuck With Non-Compete | Colorado Attorneys

Jul 01, 2011 · In a recent case, Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. v. Horner,(E1) the Colorado Supreme Court decided whether an employer's continuation of the employment of an existing employee is adequate "consideration" (quid pro quo) to support a noncompetition agreement. Reversing a lower court, the Colorado Supreme Court held that where an employer

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Aug 10, 2009 · In Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. v. Horner, the Court reversed the Colorado Court of Appeals and held that continued at-will employment, alone, About Us Client Pledge

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May 31, 2011 · On May 31, 2011, in a decision critical to non-compete law in Colorado, the Colorado Supreme Court issued its holding in Lucht's Concrete Pumping Inc. v. Horner.I previously blogged about the fluctuating state of Colorado's non-compete law given the decisions below in the Lucht's case — Colorado Non-Compete Law in Flux (October 7, 2010).For many who have been watching and waiting, …

Colorado Supreme Court Holds Continued Employment Is

Jun 15, 2011 · On May 31, 2011, the Colorado Supreme Court held that continued employment is sufficient consideration to support a noncompetition agreement in Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. v. Horner, No. 09SC627, 2011 Colo. LEXIS 436 (May 31, 2011).An en banc panel of the Colorado Supreme Court reversed a decision of the Colorado Court of Appeals, which reasoned that continued …

Non Compete Agreements Colorado Law

On May 31, 2011, in a decision critical to non-compete law in Colorado, the Colorado Supreme Court issued its holding in Lucht's Concrete Pumping Inc. v. Horner.I previously blogged about the fluctuating state of Colorado's non-compete law given the decisions below in the Lucht's case — Colorado Non-Compete Law in Flux (October 7, 2010

Court of Appeals No.: 08CA0936 Honorable David R. Lass

Plaintiff, Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. (LCP), appeals the trial court's judgments in favor of defendants, Tracy Horner and Everist Materials, LLC (Everist), on claims regarding a noncompete agreement, duty of loyalty, and misappropriation of trade value. We affirm in part, reverse in part, and remand with directions. I. Background . According to the trial court's findings of fact, LCP is in the

Colorado Non-Compete Law In Flux - Colorado Employers Law

Oct 07, 2010 · On September 30, 2010, oral argument (audio file) took place in an important case regarding non-compete law before the Colorado Supreme Court. The case is Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. v. Horner et al., Case No. 09SC627, and the issue on appeal is whether continued at-will employment is sufficient consideration to enforce a non-competition agreement entered into after the employment

LUCHT'S CONCRETE PUMPING, INC. v. HORNER | 255 P.3d 1058

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CO Supreme Court Overturns Lucht's Concrete – Non-Compete

Jun 19, 2009 · After years of uncertainty as to whether continued at-will employment constitutes consideration to support a noncompete agreement, the Colorado Court of Appeals squarely addressed the issue in Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. v. Horner (No. 08CA0936, June 11, 2009). The appellate court clarified that continued at-will employment, without more, is insufficient consideration in return for a …

Colorado Supreme Court Issues Employer-Friendly Decision

Jun 01, 2011 · In Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. v. Horner, the Court reversed the Colorado Court of Appeals and held that continued at-will employment, alone, is sufficient. Because a Colorado employer has a legal right to terminate an at-will employee at any time, the Court held, an employer's forbearance of termination of at-will employment is adequate consideration for a noncompetition agreement …

LUCHT'S CONCRETE PUMPING, INC. v. HORNER | 255 P.3d 1058

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Last week, in the case of Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. v. Horner, the Colorado Supreme Court held that the continued employment of an at-will employee is adequate consideration for a noncompetition agreement. The Court explained that if this was not the case, employers would have an incentive to terminate at-will employees and condition their re-hire on the execution of a noncompetition

Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. v. Horner :: 2011

SUPREME COURT, STATE OF COLORADO 101 West Colfax Avenue, Suite 800 Denver, Colorado 80202 Case No. 09SC627 Certiorari to the Colorado Court of Appeals Court of Appeals Case No. 08CA936 Petitioner: Lucht s Concrete Pumping, Inc., a Colorado corporation.

Importance of consideration | AllBusiness.com

Unless the case is reversed by the Colorado Supreme Court, the Lucht's Concrete Pumping case remains a cautionary tale about what can happen when the element of consideration is taken lightly. Regardless of whether the case is not reversed, it also illustrates how the most economical (i.e. cheapest) solution in the near term is not always the

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Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc., a Colorado corporation, v. Respondents: Tracy Horner and Everist Materials, LLC, d/b/a Peak Concrete Pumping, an Iowa Limited Liability Company. Petition for Writ of Certiorari DENIED. EN BANC. -----

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See also, e.g., Lucht's Concrete Pumping, Inc. v. Horner, 255 P.3d 1058, 1062-63 (Colo. 2011) (en banc) (holding that continued at-will employment can form consideration for a restrictive covenant in Colorado, but that the agreement must then be assessed for "reasonableness," and