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Posted by: Jason | 2011/02/16

Supplying your previous company

A friend of mine has decided to leave his position with a large company and become a supplier to them instead. The company supported his decision. Now apparently they are hesitant to use him as another supplier has complained that he may have " inside information"  which he will use to his advantage.

Does the other supplier have a leg to stand on and is there anything preventing the company from buying from my friend?

Thanks!

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re: Supplying your previous Company

The only time one can be stopped from trading is if someone has signed a restrain agreement.

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Posted by: Labour Lawyer | 2011/02/21

re: Supplying your previous Company

The only time one can be stopped from trading is if someone has signed a restrain agreement.

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