Non-Compete Agreement

Relate to Non-Compete Agreement
I am employee for company A, which has
placed me for company B thro a contract
position. But Company B has put me for actual work at Company C who is a client
of Company B.

I am trying to work for Company C directly
thro Company A bypassing Company B.

Company A may have Non-Compete Agreement
between Company A and Company B.

I don't have the details.
What are the chances that i can work for
comp C thro Comp A under the protection
of law of texas.

I am looking for some direction.
I am willing to pay consultation fee if my chances are looking good and when i
want to discuss in details

1 answer  |  asked Sep 19, 2003 4:12 PM [EST]  |  applies to Texas

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Trey Henderson

you definately need to consult a local attorney. Your questions cannot be answered easily. For the basics in Texas non-compete law, see my web site for an article I wrote at If you personally are not under a non-compete, you may be OK. However, the companies may have an agreement between them which would prevent Company C from taking Company B out of the loop.

posted by Trey Henderson  |  Sep 19, 2003 4:26 PM [EST]

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