I recognize client's names that I worked with previously and am able to remember details about their structured settlements but I do not have any actual documents from my prior employer. I'm only using public records and my own memory.
Yes, I can provide proof.
However, one of my previous co-workers resigned so that he could work for me as an independent contractor. I'm not sure if that is an issue as well.
Okay, yes, I am only using public records and my own memory. The letter they sent me also states that the confidentiality agreement states that I cannot interfere with or disrupt any business relationship including employees of the employer. One of their employees resigned and is working for me as an independent contractor and two others are considering doing the same thing. Do you think this would be an issue?
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