Non competes and Howie Carr

Robert S Chase
Mon Apr 19 15:59:50 EDT 2010

So he comes back and continues to bad mouth them, at which point will a 
suspension be consider a termination by the employer? How about if he starts 
showing up ten minutes late for his show, will they fire him? I don't see an 
exception for an invited termination, do you?

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Dan.Strassberg" <>
To: "Robert S Chase" <>; 
Sent: Monday, April 19, 2010 3:39 PM
Subject: Re: Non competes and Howie Carr

>I think the problem is that none of the three specified methods of
> termination of the contract seem to apply to Carr (at least they
> didn't apply when his contract was up for renewal on 2007 and he tried
> to walk). His contract had not yet expired (hadn't it, in fact, been
> recently renewed?). It was not being terminated by mutual agreement,
> and Entercom did not terminate it.
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