Non-Solicitation Agreement & Clause in Mississauga

non-solicitation agreement & clause in Mississauga


Non-Solicitation Agreement & Clause in Mississauga

Do you live or work in Mississauga and has your employer asked you to sign an employment contract containing a non-solicitation agreement or clause?  A non-solicitation agreement is a contract that imposes limitations on your employment activities following the end of your job.

Non-solicitation clauses are generally viewed as unenforceable unless the clause is drafted and implemented in a proper manner.  A properly drafted non-solicitation agreement can prevent an employee or former employee in Mississauga from many forms of the competition following his or her departure, including contacting clients or current or former employees.  In situations where an employee is in a niche industry or holds an important position that directly affects the employer’s business interests, the restrictions can have an adverse impact on the individual’s ability to work elsewhere when their employment comes to an end.

Whitten & Lublin’s GTA based Employment & Labour Lawyers can help negotiate the terms of your non-solicitation clause if you are Mississauga or help find ways to render it unenforceable.

If you’re looking for employment lawyers who can deal with non-solicitation agreement & clause in Mississauga area and would like vigorous support and a leading lawyer, then our Employment & Labour lawyers can help you. If would like more information about what Whitten & Lublin can do for you, please contact us online or by phone at (866) 575-3055 or (647) 696-9716 today! 

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