(1) I am currently employed by an employment agency (in CT) ; (2) My Employer agency has relation to another employment Agency (say B) who put me to a Customer; (3) I have signed an employment contract that says you won't solicit customers of the employment contract; (4) I would like to become employed directly by the customer of the employment agency. (5) Customer has no relation with my Employer, but with this Agency B who has no issues in me joining the Customer.
Brian Lipkin thanks for response to my previous unclear question, but I wasn't able to put any comments in my previous question so am posting new question.
Thank you for rephrasing your question. It's much clearer this way. The answer depends, among other things, on how your employment contract defines the term "customer." In other words, is the company that you would like to work for a "customer," within the meaning of the employment contract? The answer to your question also depends on the factors that the other lawyers and I outlined in response to your previous question. It sounds like there are at least several moving parts here, so it would be worth the relatively small amount of money that it might cost to have a lawyer review the employment contract with you and advise you of your rights. Good luck with your situation.
You can, so long it would not violate a "Non-Compete" or a "Confidentiality" agreement you may have signed with your employer. In case you have signed such an agreement, then a careful review of its terms will be needed to understand its scope, and thus avoid liability
As an attorney in Connecticut who has dealt with a large number of such employment agreements, I suggest you speak with an attorney who can review the entire document, and make sure you are not in violation of the agreement.
This response is only general information and is not legal advice. It does not form an attorney-client relationship and should not be relied upon to take or refrain from taking any action. You should seek a qualified attorney before taking any action related to your inquiry.
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