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Employers will often try to protect the interests of their business by restricting the extent to which current and former employees can compete with or solicit business from them. In addition, employers will want to protect confidential information about their business, its customers and processes.
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A consultation has been launched by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) whether direct marketing callers should provide their telephone number identifying them as the caller. The proposed changes would require companies (utilising this method of business generation) not to withhold their telephone number when making or instigating ...
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