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Help Yourself With These and Other
Unique NON-SOLICITATION Materials

Non-Solicit 1: Model Response to Request You Sign a Non-Solicit
Non-Solicit 3: Seven Brief Letters to Former Clients to Maintain the Relationship
Non-Solicit 4: Response to Former Employer’s Attorney’s Cease & Desist Letter
Post-Employ 15: To Former Employer: “Have I Signed any Restrictive Agreements?

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Read our Newsletters and Q & A’s:
 

i. Before Signing

  1. NL 1: “Employer Ask You to Sign an Agreement? Ask Your Employer to Pay Your Legal Cost”
  2. NL 2: Injunction – Key Words & Phrases
  3. NL 3: Non-Compete or Non-Solicit? Use “C.A.T.C.H.” to Understand It
  4. NL 4: Restrictive Covenant – Key Words & Phrases
  5. NL 5: You Must Protect Your “B.O.B.” (Book Of Business, That Is)
  6. QA 1: Restrictive Covenant – Key Words & Phrases

ii. Is it Enforceable?

  1. QA 1: “What is ‘indirect’ solicitation of customers?”

iii. Non-Solicitation and Other Restrictions

  1. NL 1: “Non-Solicitation Agreements – From A to Z”
  2. NL 2: If You Leave Your Job, Can You Take Your Customers With You?
  3. NL 3: Non-Compete or Non-Solicit? Use “C.A.T.C.H.” to Understand It
  4. NL 4: Non-Solicitation Does NOT Mean Non-Communication
  5. NL 5: When Leaving Your Job, How to Take Your Colleagues With You
  6. QA 1: “Can I be sued for poaching an employee from my former employer?”
  7. QA 2: “Can I solicit customers of my former employer?”
  8. QA 3: “If I signed a non-solicitation agreement, can I now create a website for my new business?”
  9. QA 4: “If my former employer closes, and opens a new company, is my non-compete (or other contracts) valid?”
  10. QA 5: “No non-compete, but my prospective employer has signed a ‘No-Poach’ agreement. What do I do?”
  11. QA 6: “Non-Solicitation Agreements – Ten Practical Questions”
  12. QA 7: “Should non-solicit clauses be treated the same as non-compete clauses?”
  13. QA 8: “What does ‘Prospective Customer’ mean in a Non-Compete or Non-Solicitation Agreement?”
  14. QA 9: “Who is a ‘prospective client’ in a non-solicitation agreement?”
  15. QA 10: “Can I get around a ‘non-solicitation’ agreement?”
  16. QA 11: “Can I Work for a Licensee or Vendor of my Former Employer?”
  17. QA 12: “With a ‘no-poach’ agreement, can I hire a fired employee?”

iv. Garden Leave

  1. NL 1: “Garden Leave’s Little Secret: It is Not Very Enforceable”
  2. QA 1: “Can I be on ‘Garden Leave’ and reemployed elsewhere at the same time?”
  3. QA 2: “No Non-compete? No Stolen Secrets? You are Free.”

v. General

  1. NL 1: “I Am Not Restricted” Clause in Offer Letters – Potential Roadblock
  2. NL 2: “Injunctive Relief” Clauses in Contracts – What Do They Mean?
  3. NL 3: Non-Compete or Non-Solicit? Use “C.A.T.C.H.” to Understand It
  4. QA 1: “Can I sue my former employer for ‘interfering’ with my new job?”
  5. QA 2: “If I signed a non-compete / non-solicit agreement, does that stop me from working for a customer of my former employer?”

Help Yourself With These and Other
Unique NON-SOLICITATION Materials

Non-Solicit 1: Model Response to Request You Sign a Non-Solicit
Non-Solicit 3: Seven Brief Letters to Former Clients to Maintain the Relationship
Non-Solicit 4: Response to Former Employer’s Attorney’s Cease & Desist Letter
Post-Employ 15: To Former Employer: “Have I Signed any Restrictive Agreements?

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