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    • Walkertexasranger
    • By Walkertexasranger 4th Jul 18, 9:17 PM
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    restrictive covenants
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    restrictive covenants 4th Jul 18 at 9:17 PM
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    • Brynsam
    • By Brynsam 4th Jul 18, 9:39 PM
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    Impossible to say how enforceable your restrictions are without much more information - far too much to post on a public forum, so don't.

    Get yourself some proper legal advice, and quickly. There are various issues here, not least disclosing conversations with 'said clients'. This is a big issue if 'said clients' thought the conversations were confidential - and we are now in a post-GDPR world. Could also mess up your relationship with your new employer.
    • sangie595
    • By sangie595 4th Jul 18, 9:40 PM
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    Nobody can tell you how enforceable they are - if your former employers carry out their threat, then the court will let you know! Unfortunately it's to late now to advise. It might be a bluff, but in my experience of a former employer starts to make threats like this.... You need legal advice, and from someone with experience of these matters. It's a bit niche, so you'll need to check out a few places. But I'm afraid that of letters threatening legal action are already arriving, anonymous websites of variable and untested quality are not the places to depend upon.
    • sangie595
    • By sangie595 4th Jul 18, 9:42 PM
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    • 4th Jul 18, 9:42 PM
    Impossible to say how enforceable your restrictions are without much more information - far too much to post on a public forum, so don't.

    Get yourself some proper legal advice, and quickly. There are various issues here, not least disclosing conversations with 'said clients'. This is a big issue if 'said clients' thought the conversations were confidential - and we are now in a post-GDPR world. Could also mess up your relationship with your new employer.
    Originally posted by Brynsam
    Of course, the most likely source of the information would be "said clients"!
    • Marcon
    • By Marcon 4th Jul 18, 11:49 PM
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    • 4th Jul 18, 11:49 PM
    'A little naive....' Well, that's one way to put it. Unfortunately the consequences could be rather more serious, so please heed the advice above - get yourself some advice, pronto.
    • getmore4less
    • By getmore4less 5th Jul 18, 7:37 AM
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    • 5th Jul 18, 7:37 AM
    You also need to make a decision very quickly on informing your new employer if you have not already told them.
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