Most contracts of employment feature post termination obligations that employees owe to their employer, after their employment has come to an end. These covenants may include an employee being prevented from working for a competitor for a certain period of time, or not being able to deal with a former employer’s customers again, for a certain period of time.
We can advise you whether your restrictive covenants would be legally binding and if so what, if anything, would be the consequences of any breaches of the covenants.
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