Employers know how employment contracts can operate to their advantage, and often have employees sign one-sided agreements that reduce their legal rights.
Without knowing their rights or the law, employees often end up signing employment contracts that they don’t even realize are undermining their rights both during their employment and long afterwards.
If you have a contract that contains a non-compete clause or non-solicitation clause you are right in wanting to seek advice because the clause may limit your ability to earn an income. These sorts of clauses can result in costly lawsuits even if the clause is of questionable enforceability.
You need some good advice because another job opportunity has come up, you have been laid off, or you want to start your own business.
Get accurate legal advice to questions like:
- How long do these clauses operate and what are the risks to me?
- Can my employer come after me or is the clause unenforceable?
- Can I use any information I obtained at my former job?
- Can I hire someone I used to work with?
- Can I approach clients of my former employer and seek their business?
- What are the Courts doing with these clauses?
Flat fixed fee of 300.00 plus PST/GST
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