Employment Law Precedents - Confidentiality and Restraint of TradePosted in : Comyn Kelleher Tobin on Employment Law Precedents on 8 August 2011
Case Name And Reference: Net Affinity Limited V Michelle Conaghan and Revmac Limited trading as Avvio,  IEHC 160
Court Or Tribunal: High Court
Jurisdictions/Subject Matter: Restraint of Trade clauses / Confidentiality Clauses
A Hotel Marketing Agency specialising in the provision of reservation and booking engine systems for independent and group hotels in Ireland sought a number of injunctions on foot of a contract of employment against a former key ex-worker to include the following:
A. An order restraining the ex-worker from breaching the duty of confidentiality as set out in her contract of employment
B. An order preventing the ex-worker from approaching clients of the Agency for
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