June 13, 2014

Repeating restrictive covenant in undertaking

On the facts of the case the Court considered that damages would be an adequate remedy since the employer had only put forward vague and tenuous arguments for the loss it would suffer if the interim injunction was not granted, and the arguments as to why damages were not an adequate remedy did not convince the Court.

This legal update is provided for general information purposes only and should not be applied to specific circumstances without prior consultation with us.

For further details on any of the issues covered in this update please contact Gemma Ospedale, Partner in Employment on 020 7583 2222.

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