You may have claims against the other company, however, it is hard to tell exactly what claims (and their strength), based on the few facts that you've given. The circumstances surrounding the giving of the strategy, financials, and customers, will have to be explored during a consultation with an attorney. The Non-compete agreements will need to be reviewed. Consideration will also be given to filing with insurance and police regarding the stolen equipment. Avvo has a great "Find a Lawyer" tool you can use to find an attorney. Best of luck.
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You likely have a number of potential claims, including a claim under North Carolina's Unfair and Deceptive Trade Pratices Act. As the previous attorney said, you should definitely contact an attorney in the Raleigh area to go over all of this in great detail. Only then will a definitive answer be available.
Best of luck,
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You need to contact a lawyer to evaluate your claims. You may have claims for slander or unfair trade practices or misrepresentation depending on the circumstances and your damages.