Three Owners / Three Companies F, R, D for now
Owner 1 sold his share of company F and company R. He took sole ownership of comany D.
A series of emails and sales meetings followed. Many times the owners of all comapnies promised no business would be lost. Company D would become a vendor, and not persue our cleints.
My cleint come to Company F & Company R to have parts made. However due to a disagreement between the owners, I no longer am getting compensation for the projects sold. Furthermore Comapny D is now activly persuing all my contact and taking contracts aways by underbidding.
As an employee my owner has compensated me, but not forever. We have 7 reps, and all are commision based except for me. Is it lawfull for a former employeer to leave, and take the projects I sent to him from me perminatly?
I will see long term effects from this, so do I have a personal case agiainst the owner who left the company and is now activly presuing my accounts, without the owner of my comapnies consent. Also he is using our cleint list to do this, not cold calling the account, and going through proper methods. That would be fine, but he is using my work to gennerate buisness, and not compensating me
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