Romero Insurance Brokers v Templeton and Eastwood & Partners Limited [2013]

Posted In: Case Law
  • Case Reference
    EWHC 1198 (QB)
  • Legal Body
    England and Wales High Court (EWHC)
  • Type of Claim / Jurisdiction
    Contracts of Employment
Issues covered: Restrictive Covenants in Employment Contracts


1. On 22nd November 2011, the Defendant in this case Mr. Andrew Templeton entered into a contract of employment with the claimant, Romero Insurance Brokers Limited (“Romero”) and his employment began a week later. Mr. Templeton was employed as office manager of a new office which was scheduled to open in February 2012. 

2. The working relationship between Mr. Templeton and his superiors began to strain when turnover was not meeting the firm’s expectations. Following a meeting on 6th August 2012 with senior management, Mr. Templeton’s salary was reduced. A further meeting took place on 28th September 2012 in which Mr. Templeton was informed that his role at Romero was at risk. Mr.

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