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I’m anticipating a pink slip from my California employer soon. We’ve argued over some legalities that may eventually put us in court - on opposite sides. I’ve been forewarned that I will be “required” to sign a propriety agreement before my departure. The agreement forbids me from keeping copies of any of my work, including expense forms, timesheets, notes, emails, and reports that I wrote and signed. But I would need some of these materials for my defense if we do end up in a legal dispute with one another, or one of our clients.
What kind of trouble may I find myself in if I refuse to sign the agreement?
This document provides the essential starting point for the relationship of a Specialist Doctor and a Hospital. We have attempted to address two eventualities. For good consideration, the Company employs the Employee on the following terms and conditions.
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