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06-05-2010, 01:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Fish on The Sand View Post
wel that's not entirely true. He has a contract and the habs could enforce it if they wanted. It would be a dick move, but perfectly legal.
No they couldn't, not in Canada. There's a lot of similar cases going to court won by ex-employees. You just can't prevent someone from exercising his profession regardless of what dumb clause you put in their contracts. (With some exception for professional athletes.)

Like a no-compete clause for 6 months after termination of employment. Those clause are worth nothing in Canadian courts, absolutely nothing.

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