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Old 04-26-2008, 10:29 AM
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Default Clause and Lessons learnt

Lets not get sucked into it..

1) If there is a clause that you cannot join thier client directly, then it has to respected.These clauses are valid in court.

2) What is there in the agreement if you join their client ? There should be a penality specified in the agreement if the clause in broken.

Lessons learnt

1) Why the hell did you sign the agreement without looking at these clauses ?

2) Why din't you have a copy of the agreement with you ?

I have seen many companies having a similar clause.There are some American companies as well that have similar clauses that you cannot join their clients within X months after employement termination.Generally you can work these things out with your employer and join the client if you leave with good terms.

But he cannot withhold your salary regardless.Thats against the law.They can penalize you but cannot withhold your salary.
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