Analysis of Recent UK Case on Restrictive CovenantsPosted in : LK Shields on Employment Law on 22 June 2016
As restrictive covenants are governed by common law, this case would have persuasive authority in Irish courts. The judgment was delivered in respect of an application by the Applicant employer seeking an interim injunction to enforce the terms of a restrictive covenant contained in the Respondent employee's contract of employment.
The employer is an agricultural merchant and supplies a full range of products and services to the agricultural sector including the provision of agricultural advice to the various players within the sector. The company's business is based in West and East Sussex, Kent, Hampshire, Wiltshire and Dorset and it is part of a larger group of
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This article is correct at 22/06/2016
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