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Former employer interfering with the ability of

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Former employer interfering with the ability of former employee to advertise their new similar business. No non-compete agreements are involved. Health food store. Is this a criminal act, to remove all flyers from other business locations which allowed them in their store.


It would be theft - as the flyers belong to the other business. You would need to determine the value of the flyers to see what level of theft. Of course, you would also need proof as to who has "stolen" them and that they were not taken by prospective customers.


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