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Thank you for the quick response John.
It seems like a lose lose situation. If I am looking @ simply a cease a desist action I would be inclined to take that approach. However without knowing what the contractor may or may not do( what would be considered reasonable action ) were they to take exception to my working with the customer its fairly difficult to make a decision here.
Is cease and desist the likely and reasonable response to this situation?
Thanks again John,
I don't want to go around them and I forwarded them the engagement first. -However it seems as though I am @ an impasse as they simply have not held together the relationship with the customer.
Thanks again John.
Is there a means to get you on retainer? I am assuming regardless of where you are practicing from - Oregon follows the UCC like everyone else. So your services moving forward would be worth the expense.
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