non compete agreement

I signed one non compete agreement with subcontracting they are enforcing me not to join client.but he didn't sponser my H1B,nothing he didn't do for me.but he is telling that I will file law suite againt you. is their anyway he can sue me?.I have two subcontacting company connecting to my employer.the first subcontracting company is creating problem for me.
Please give me the soultion for this.

1 answer  |  asked Sep 20, 2001 10:00 PM [EST]  |  applies to Texas

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Margaret A. Harris
Former Employer May Sue, So Be Careful

Many companies these days are taking their former employees to court to try to enforce a covenant not to compete. You must take the relevant documents and consult with an experienced employment attorney in your area. Good advice right now could possibly save you from having to spend thousands of dollars defending yourself in a lawsuit. There are several good employment lawyers in your area of the state. You should consult with one.

posted by Margaret A. Harris  |  Sep 24, 2001 7:06 PM [EST]

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