I work at company A, and my (US) employment agreement includes a non-solicitation clause that's active during and up to one year after my employment.
Recently I've been looking for other jobs; through a third-party recruiter, I interviewed with company B.
Now, the recruiter told me that there's another company A employee who has an interview scheduled with company B. The recruiter asked me whether I want to talk to that person to tell them about my experience with company B's interview process. The recruiter told me they have not told that person about me.
If I say yes to that and talk to the other person about the interview process at company B, would I be breaching my non-solicitation agreement to company A? Does it depend on some details of that conversation?
I'm interested in the answer both from a purely legal perspective (i.e., could I get sued?) and from a professional norms/ethics perspective (i.e., would I be perceived as someone who easily breaks agreements?).