Re: Consultants:Dim or Delete the Non-Compete?
Question: Have you ever been able toNo, but then I don't waste much time worrying about non-competition clauses, either. That's mainly because I don't necessarily expect to be working in the same field a year from now. However, the one time I wanted to violate such a clause, I was able to negotiate a settlement that kept every satisfied and honest.
leverage your unique skills to either
diminish or delete the non-compete clause?
Bruce Byfield 604.421.7177 bbyfield -at- axionet -dot- com
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