As the competition for qualified employees becomes more intense, employers often retain recruiters or search firms to help find and recruit new employees. Employers, however, may not realize that the recruiters who are assisting them may also be placing their own employees with other companies.

The role of recruiters and the limits on their conduct in soliciting employees from one of their own clients has not yet received extensive judicial attention but should be of growing concern in an increasingly competitive market.

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