Competition clause

Competition clause
Is the non-compete agreement violated
Is this ex-employee picking off clients from my client? Is the non-compete agreement being violated?
Your client is owner-director of a trading company in Maastricht. His company has clients throughout the country. He has invested in a newly established branch in Amsterdam. That branch was to be run by one of his employees. The customer base of the new Amsterdam branch is mainly compiled by this employee, the new branch is almost ready to start, your client's trade name is the basis for this. There is a non-compete agreement with the named employee. The employee resigned suddenly and completely unexpectedly a few weeks ago. According to KvK records and signals from existing customers, he has not even that recently established his own business in the same industry in Amsterdam. It appears that the ex-employee is now supplying a number of customers from your customer base. Concrete evidence is essential to stop unfair competition and to make use of the penalty clause in the employment contract. Your client is upset and furious. Trust has been grossly violated. Moreover, he is potentially suffering great harm.

How do I prove for my client that the ex-employee is acting in bad faith, in complete violation of the non-competition clause in his employment contract? How do I get my client's damages demonstrated and compensated with them?
Van Kappel Security Solutions BV provides the necessary evidence of the required severity in a short period of time. How, by whom and when were the customers approached and what specifically did this approach consist of? Was delivery made and what kind of turnover are we talking about? Have negative statements been made and is there systematic? Answers to these questions are provided in the evidence report produced by Van Kappel Security Solutions BV.
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