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Summary: In California, an employee owes his or her employer an undivided duty of loyalty. An employee, while employed, cannot act to the detriment of his or her employer. For example, an employee may not to compete with his or her employer in areas connected to his employment. This article summarizes the current state of California law with respect to this duty of loyalty and possible redresses for an employee’s breach of that duty.

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