The answer to your question is "it depends." Unfortunately, it is difficult to diagnose whether they have a case based on the information you provided. Among the many fact-specific questions that will determine the answer will be the nature of the relationship between your current employee and her former employer. You may want to talk privately with an attorney about the specific facts of your case to determine an appropriate course of action.
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