MacLeod Law Firm often advises employers on non-solicitation agreements and the handling of recently departed employees.
Even though non-solicitation agreements have been signed, we are often called by employers who are concerned that departing employees may be taking clients or employees to a competitor.
Here are three questions that we often discuss.
1. If departing employees have signed non-solicitation agreements, they have agreed to not compete or solicit customers/employees for a specific period of time. Is the agreement enforceable?
2. If non-solicitation agreements exist, is the departing employee a fiduciary? If so, the departing employee may have a common law duty not to solicit customers for a reasonable period of time.
3. If the departing employee is improperly soliciting customers what are the employer’s legal rights?
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The MacLeod Law Firm has been practicing labour and employment law for over 20 years. Through our offices in Toronto and Barrie we would be happy to help.