Dakota Beef, a South Dakota processor and seller of organic beef products, hired Scott Lively in 2006 to be its CEO. He signed an employment agreement prohibiting him for two years after his employment terminated from disclosing confidential information, soliciting Dakota Beef’s customers, and competing in the organic beef business, anywhere Dakota Beef conducts business. South Dakota law permits such contracts. Lively was

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