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1. Why was it unclear whether Ward’s pretermination actions constituted direct competition with his employer or were mere planning activities?
2. Suppose that Ward’s planning and development efforts were focused on a product that would in no way compete with Taser’s products. Would such efforts have breached his duty of loyalty to Taser in any way? Explain fully.
3. Are there other duties to his employer that Ward might have breached in addition to the duty of loyalty as Taser alleged here? Discuss.
4. If the judgment in the case of remand is again in Taser’s favor, what might be an appropriate remedy?



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