Can a former employee be prevented from approaching former employer's customers?

If a former employee approaches customers that they used to have regular contact with at the former employer and those customers express the following:
they would rather do business with the former employee; they have no exclusive contract with the former employer; the former employer has not made any attempt to maintain the business relationship and seemingly abandoned the trade since terminating the employee in question; and there has not been any business with the former employer for some time even before the employee in question was terminated, can a non-compete be enforced?

1 answer  |  asked Jun 1, 2010 09:51 AM [EST]  |  applies to Florida

Answers (1)

Scott Behren
You really should have an employment lawyer look at the terms of the non compete. There can be many defenses to enforcement in florida. I have many postings on this issue on my employee rights blog

posted by Scott Behren  |  Jun 1, 2010 4:25 PM [EST]

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