Hi MetroChick,The client checked their contract with my company and there is no non-solicit on thier side. My company could sue me with out a doubt, but one of the things that the client is talking about is giving my company all of their future contract work and a 15k bonus for hiring a head hunter to replace me...It's pretty gratifying and I guess I am worried that part of me wants to go because I am flattered by the lengths that the client will go to to hire me. As far as I know there has only been one instance in the past where one of our guys approached the owner with another job offer (that was more of an extorsion attempt from what I heard). They didn't sue the guy they just told him to take the other offer and get out. I don't want to burn bridges with my current company, but realistically I know that if I take this job I will. I guess I want some fantastic solution that will allow me to leave my current company on good terms and take this new job...Even as I write that it sounds dumb... SIGH
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