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BY GRACE, INC, ET AL. v. DARRYL BRAXTON, ET AL

Contracts — Breach — Non-competition agreement

Appellants are two substance abuse rehabilitation centers — By Grace, Inc. (“By Grace”) and I’m Still Standing By Grace, Inc. (“Still Standing”) — and Pamela Dukes, the chief executive officer of both entities. They filed the underlying action in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City against two former employees  —Darryl Braxton and Daniel Threat, Jr., M.D.2—and Issaiah House, an in-patient substance abuse treatment center owned and operated by Mr. Braxton that at one time employed Dr. Threat (collectively, the “Appellees”). The Appellants sought preliminary and permanent injunctive relief and asserted claims for breach of non-competition and non-solicitation agreements and tortious interference.

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