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    I am employed by a Large publicly held company and am considering starting my own business. I'm pretty sure a very large client would prefer to go along with me. However, I recall signing something that said I couldn't contact clients for six months. I don't have this form with me right now. I have to track it down through HR. My questions are 1. What are my options? Can I discuss an exit plan with my client, resign, and then have the client follow. 2. Does the client have to leave first, then I resign and reestablish our relationship? And do I need to wait six months? I know I need to talk to an attorney, but I just want to know if there is any precedent or loophole to make this happen in California. Thanks for any advice.

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    Yes, you do need to have an attorney review the document in its entirety. Hopefully, no one here would deign to give you an opinion on a document we haven't read.
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