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Get a lawyer. That employer is skating on very, very thin ice. You can’t have a non-compete agreement in Germany at all without the employer paying reasonable compensation. What is reasonable is decided by courts, but half your last regular salary is not “reasonable”. Especially if this would endanger your status of being allowed to work in Germany. If ...


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Ignoring this invoice is a very bad idea. But it is a good idea to check if there is a valid contract and if you can get out of it. If you "signed up" to the training online, you may benefit from consumer protection regulations on internet sales. You are in France, the company is in Germany, right? Check which law applies. Either way, it would implement the ...


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It will depend on the exact language on the registration form that you submitted, but it may well constitute a contract. A physical, pen and ink, signature is not required to form a contract, and online document can do so, provided that there was agreement. If the form created a contract, you are probably bound by the terms, subject to any limits in law. If ...


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