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How employers can stop departing employees taking client lists with them

United Kingdom - June 16 2016 When an employee departs for a role with a competitor, there is often a risk that the employee might take confidential client details with them, with…

Tim Hickman.

Calculating future loss in discrimination cases

United Kingdom - May 19 2011 The recent Court of Appeal case of Wardle v Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank raises a number of issues concerning the calculation of compensation by an employment tribunal.

Oliver Brettle.

Settlement Agreements: No `one size fits all' approach

United Kingdom - March 28 2017 Settlement agreements are a very useful tool for an employer. They normally draw a line under the employment relationship and provide certainty that…

Sarah Taylor.

Forfeiture, penalty and repudiation: terminating the employment of highly paid employees

United Kingdom - January 24 2013 Two recent cases in the English courts have focused on important issues for employers of senior and highly remunerated employees, particularly those…

Helen Joseph.

Employers vicariously liable for data breaches caused by rogue employees

United Kingdom - May 5 2016 The High Court recently held that employers can be vicariously liable for data breaches caused by rogue employees. The decision highlights the…

Audrey Oh, Tim Hickman.