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Finance et Investissement quotes Bernard Synnott in an article on non-solicitation clauses

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“Des clauses plus restrictives” by Sophie Stival, Finance et Investissement

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“'In the case of an ordinary non-solicitation clause, the courts have recognized that a lawyer who leaves his employer of his own free will has the right to inform his clients of his departure and tell them where he is going', explains Bernard Synnott, the President of the Québec Bar Association and a partner with Fasken Martineau. 'After his departure, the lawyer can send out a general notice, a letter or an email, in which he mentions the change of employer, as well as his new work address.'”

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