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What can I do legally when a former employer is blocking

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What can I do legally when a former employer is blocking jobs. How should I approach them in regards ***** ***** them or seeing why they are doing it
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  KJL LAW replied 10 months ago.
Good morning. The answer is complicated and depends on if you signed a contract with a non compete clause. If so, their right to block your future jobs would depend on the contract terms.
If there was no contract, then their influence in your job hunt could be unlawful. However, interfering with a former employee's career is a tort and would require hard evidence and a court filing. The easiest way to attempt a resolution is to ask the employer what they were asked and what that have told your future prospective employers. Sometimes, it's easier and less costly to talk prior to resorting to your legal options. I hope this helps.
Expert:  KJL LAW replied 9 months ago.

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