Landmark Brickwork Ltd v Sutcliffe and ors, High Court QBD

Tue, 16 Aug 2011

Landmark Brickwork Ltd v (1)William Sutcliffe, (2)Paul Parkhouse, (3)Landmark Groundworks Ltd
High Court, Queen's Bench Division
For the Claimant: Anthony Korn, No5 Chambers.
Post-termination restrictive covenants in a former managing director's contract were reasonably necessary to protect the company's confidential information and customer base, the High Court holds, and grants interim injunctions to enforce them.

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