Re: Client from Hell redux

Subject: Re: Client from Hell redux
From: Michele Davis <mdavis -at- bitstream -dot- net>
To: Gwen Thomas <GThomas -at- PaySys -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 07 Jun 2000 18:12:12 -0500

Gwen, what IF the contractor/consultant wasn't from a firm, but independent, and
in your contract with them that didn't specifically state that they were "not
allowed" security?

It seems to me that what Andrew did was proactive. He got the job done, that's
what he was supposed to do. Why would you get lawyers involved? Lawyers should
only be involved if he was distributing secure information, but it appears he
wasn't.

Michele
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> Gwen Thomes:
> If a contractor working for me committed such a flagrant breach of security,
> I'd have him walked out of the building immediately. Then I'd jump on the
> phone to the contract firm to see whether the contractor's employment
> agreement specified such an action on the part of the contractor as
> immediate cause for dismissal by the contract company. If not, I'd get my
> company's legal department involved immediately, and I'd recommend severing
> relationships with the contract firm.





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