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Dear AJ -
My question is really around the scope of the non-compete. If I have worked with a particular client (an individual), would the non-compete refer to the immediate organisation underneath that client OR the overall division? For example, if I work with the Head of a Division, would the non-compete refer to that Division and no broader in the company? Or equally if I worked with a team within that Division, would the non-compete would refer only to the team?
That is helpful thanks. Is there a common understanding of how a unit or division might be defined, and how 'small' this could be? For example, if I work with a product team, is this product team 'the unit' or is this too small a part of the organisation to be regarded as a unit or division?