March 07, 2018 Articles

Key Strategies to Protect Your Client from a Former Employee

Protecting clients against former employees who take customers and use company information requires quick action to investigate the underlying facts, identify the employer’s legal rights, and create a strategy to pursue claims in court efficiently

by Mark A. Romance

Your client calls in a panic because a key employee just resigned without notice to join a competitor. The client is fearful that the now former employee has the ability to divert business and possibly employees, potentially harming the client’s operation. You know you need to act quickly to stem the losses and protect the client. Having a game plan to keep you on track is critical to your ability to quickly and successfully protect the client.

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