Details of a non compete

I have signed a non compete when I sold my business and went to work for the buyer. We are having a wage dispute and I will probably retire. I understand the basic non compete, but If I give advice to a competitor (one of my installers that went out on his own) and don't collect any money, would I be in violation? The buyer is still under contract to me for payments from the sale of the business.


0 answers  |  asked Mar 8, 2010 1:32 PM [EST]  |  applies to Washington

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