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    Non-solicitation question

    wow....quick response! thanks. I was trying to be very high level to solicit a gut response as the issues seems pretty obvious to me. The attorney who reviewed the agreement is pretty proud of her work ($$$) so I was hoping to get a gut feel for the issue (in isolation to the rest of the...
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    Non-solicitation question

    What is the name of your state? Dallas, Texas key points: - I left my company several months ago - I signed a severance agreement which included several years of non-compete and non-solicitation language. - The non-solicitation language included terms that I specifically couldn't solicit...
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    Classification of severance payments

    thanks for the help. Note that this thread has more to do with whether the company legally treated the separation the right way. I know companies regularly put terms in agreements that aren't always legal or enforceable which is what this thread was trying to understand. The other thread...
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    Classification of severance payments

    What is the name of your state? Texas I was recently terminated from my job as a C-level executive. No reason given other than "going in a different direction". I held the position for 8 years. As part of the severance package (to be paid out over a year), the company had the separation...
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    Estimated & Self Employment taxes

    What is the name of your state? Texas I just left my just my W-2 job with a $500K severance package. the company mandated that the separation agreement pay me as an independent contractor and non-employee with about half the payments in 2019 and the other half to be paid in 2020 (let's call...

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