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I need a phone consultation from an experienced California employment attorney with specific knowledge of the Financial Services Industry and the typical non-solicitation agreements for a sales associate.
What I need:
-Very specific guidance on what is acceptable when leaving the firm
-How the resignation should go
-Pitfalls to avoid... i.e. personal cell phone (however, getting work email on it and partial reimbursement), emails, linkedin.com, social media, personal emails
-Acceptable ways to announce new position to clients (non-solicitation agreement) i.e. emails, press releases, phone calls, social media followers,
-steps you've seen taken to minimize any situation where past employer would challenge in suit.
-What is considered/ definition solicitation? How can that be maneuvered around?
-What happens if clients contact me?
-What happens if clients hear about new position and try to move? Is that permissible and, if so, what steps should be taken?
I need someone that has...
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