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    I recently left a company who I had a 6mo. non-compete with.... I started my own non-related business shortly after. In my non-compete it stated that I could not hire any employees from the company. It was something along the lines of anti-piracy clause. Now, if that employee who I use to work with came to me for a job, can I not hire him? As I mentioned before my company has no ties or relations with the business we use to work for... Thanks.

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    It would depend on the wording of your non compete agreement.
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      You would need to take the non-compete to a contract or employment attorney in your area for review and advice.
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