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  1. #1
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    Feb 2009

    Default Employment Contract

    I am currently employed at company A who contracts with company B who in turn contracts with my Client (which is where I work). I am planning to switch company A and B and go with company C and D to the client. I am in Texas. Is there any way that Texas law states that contractual agreements do not hold good, so that I can work with the client (through company C and D)?

    The client is willing to switch out company B with company D by terminating my contract with B. Is there any way company B can stop me from working with the client through company D?

    Thanks in advance

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jun 2006

    Default Re: Employment Contract

    We have no idea, not having read the contracts. Show them to a Texas attorney.

    The EXACT wording of the contracts matters. We cannot evaluate the terms of an agreement we have not read.

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