Staten Island, NY asked in Business Law for New York

Q: How to introduce a non-solicitation clause or notice to an independent contractor if the initial agreement does not have

I have a simple agreement with my independent contractor to provide services on my behalf. However, they are extremely soliciting my client and harming my business in different way. How can a non solicitation notice legally introduced to the independent contractor given the fact that by all means they may not sign.

If we send them a notice stating that "By providing services on our behalf from this day, they agree that they will not solicit our clients", does this considered legally binding in NY

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Jack Mevorach
Jack Mevorach
  • Cedarhurst, NY
  • Licensed in New York

A: It sounds like you're trying to slip something past the IC, such that the IC will be bound without signing. Not recommended.


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