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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Employee warranties
    ... assist you in defending yourself against any action by their former employer. Conversely, the danger in including this clause is that it may end up highlighting restrictions of which you weren't previously aware, e.g. if the employee then brings them to your attention once they read the clause. Ideally, you should also require your new employee to give you an indemnity with regard to any loss that you may incur as a result of their being in breach of any obligation. Our clause is drafted to include such...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Restrictive covenant clauses
    Restrictive covenant clausesWe recommend that most employers use a restrictive covenant of some description for senior or key employees. However, ensure you carefully tailor them to the particular needs of your business and the role that the employee carries out. Don't be tempted to adopt a "one size fits all" approach.A protectionary measureRestrictive covenants enable you to protect your business interests by effectively obtaining a covenant from the employee which restricts their activities after termination...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Checklist of information needed to draft restrictive covenants
    Checklist of information needed to draft restrictive covenantsThis checklist covers matters to be considered when drafting restrictive covenants.   When is it useful to have restraints in place?You may wish to restrict an employee's activities (particularly in the case of a senior employee), both before and/or for a period after they leave, by way of restrictive covenants. Restrictive covenants must be agreed with the employee and this is usually done by including them in the contract of employment. They may...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter to ex-employee enforcing restrictive covenants
    Letter to ex-employee enforcing restrictive covenantsWhere you believe a former employee is in breach of enforceable restrictive covenants, you may wish to consider taking legal action against them in the civil courts. The starting point is normally to write what's known as a letter before action. Our letter to ex-employee enforcing restrictive covenants will help you.A warning shotWhere you have good reason to believe a former employee is in breach of one or more of their restrictive covenants (such as non-solicitation...
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