Mr. G and Mr. M worked for Performance Power, LLC under a written contract of employment.  After Mr. G and Mr. M separated from Performance Power, Performance Power sued them for violation of a non-compete agreement, copyright infringement, FDUTPA violations, among other things.  In answering the complaint, Ben Murphey of Lawlor, White & Murphey filed a counter claim for the unpaid wages.  After protracted litigation, the case settled for a confidential amount.