Updated Saturday, October 25, 2014 as of 12:03 PM ET

Non-Solicitation Disagreement

A former Edward Jones broker who found himself in hot water over accusations that he violated his non-solicitation agreement can breathe a sigh of relief. When John Lindsey left Edward Jones to go independent in March 2012, he took about half his clients with him. Edward Jones promptly filed a request for an injunction and temporary restraining order, in Ventura County Superior Court, Calif. The firm claimed he had violated his one-year non-solicitation agreement by misappropriating client information and wrongly soliciting clients.

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