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I worked for them for approx. 3 weeks (29May to 19Jun)
Hi Ben apologies it didn't attach for some reason.
Tried again let me know if does not attach. To add to the initial note, the role that I applied for came along Greyspark approached me before to work with them but due to the recruitment processing with Credit Suisse (client) taking longer I accepted the Greyspark offer as did not know if Credit Suisse would offer me a role. As soon as the latter offered me a role I resigned. Additionally the two roles sit in completely different areas which I think clause 20.2 (c) allows for as a restriction to 20.1.
Let me know your thoughts.
It now seems that Greyspark (my previous employers) are intending to seek an injunction unless I agree to sign a deed of undertaking. Although I was intending to leave this alone I am considering taking action against them now. Are you able to be my legal representative or do I need to seek alternative legal representatives on the matter given you are already familiar with most of the facts?