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Posted on April 29, 2016

BIS to review non compete clauses

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29 April 2016: Are Post Termination Restrictions Enforceable? This week the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has announced has announced a ‘call for evidence’ on whether post-termination restrictions in employment contracts act as a barrier to employment, innovation and entrepreneurship.  … Continue reading

Posted on April 01, 2016

Post Termination Restrictions

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1 April 2016: Post Termination Restrictions and Restraint of Trade Post termination restrictions (limiting an ex-employees right to do business with clients of their old employer or work for a competitor for a period of months after leaving) will only … Continue reading

Posted on May 09, 2014

Accessing Employees home computers

Posted in: employment

9 May 2014. Checking Employee’s Personal Home Computers: Nowadays, it’s only too easy for employees to retain confidential work information on personal computers or data sticks. Settlement Agreements often require ex-employees to delete any such data, but that can be … Continue reading

Posted on January 31, 2014

Protecting Trade Secrets

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24 January 2014: Trade Secrets: Most employment contracts cover the obligation to maintain confidentiality and to protect trade secrets, but what can employers do if they think that (ex) employees are in breach?   This was the question faced by … Continue reading

17 January 2014: Enforcing Post Termination Restrictions: Some employers worry that even if they have post termination restrictions preventing ex staff members from poaching customers, that those restrictions are seldom enforceable.   In East England Schools v Palmer reported this week, … Continue reading

Posted on November 22, 2013

Are 12 month Garden Leave clauses enforceable?

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22 November 2013: Garden Leave and Post Termination Restrictions: If you have staff in a sales or client-facing roles, you may be worried about them poaching your clients and goodwill if they then leave. There are two main ways of doing … Continue reading

7 July 2013: Who Owns Your LinkedIn Profile? Nowadays, LinkedIn profiles and other social media are often an essential part of everyday work.  Most or all of those contacts will have been built up over years of working for the employer. … Continue reading

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