Dude, this thread can end right here.
Suing people requires a lawyer.
Lawyers require thousands of dollars up front.
Your $10 per hr employee ain't gonna be suing no one.
He won't spend $5k in upfront atty fees for his $15k per year job.
It's not gonna happen.
That's just like these non-compete agreements. No landscape contractor is gonna shell out $7k in atty fees to go after a former employee for jumping ship. Even if the contractor wins the suit - that doesn't mean the former employee will ever be able to pay the judgement.
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