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Service agreements and restrictive covenants

Service agreements and restrictive covenants

You have been with the company for more than a year. When you joined the company you brought several large customers. You have just been given a service agreement to sign. However, it contains some clauses which would restrict you from taking customers with you if you left the company.

Do you have to sign?

You should have received an employment service agreement when you joined the company. Despite this, there may be references to these restrictions in your offer letter or other documentation. You may be entitled to refuse to sign the agreement, but it may also be reasonable for the company to have some protection depending on the nature of the business. We could advise you on this and help you negotiate appropriate restrictions.

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