Debbie Grennan & Julian Allsop: A Masterclass – EMPLOYEE COMPETITION – Sept 2015


Devon & Somerset Law Society

EMPLOYEE COMPETITION: Covenants, Confidentiality & Fiduciary Duties

Date: Thursday 1st October 2015

Time: 9:45am – 1:00pm (3 CPD Hours)

Venue: Exeter Racecourse

Hosts: Debbie Grennan & Julian Allsop

This half day session will provide delegates with a comprehensive analysis of the current law in these areas. As well as considering the fundamental importance of well drafted contractual restrictions, there will also be a detailed analysis of the implied duties and the extent to which these differ during and following termination of employment and depending on the seniority and position of the individual. The course will also include a consideration of potential claims against third parties, such as the new employer or new business partners, along with an analysis of when it may be tactically advantageous for such third parties to be brought into the proceedings.

There will also be an examination of the choice of available remedies, including interim and final injunctive relief, search orders, damages and account of profits.

The course will also include an outline of all the key procedural steps to be taken when bringing and defending such claims / applications as well as tactical considerations for both Claimants and Defendants, to maximise prospects of success and costs recovery.

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