Don’t be too restrictive with your restrictive covenants, warns Lawspeed

The importance of properly drafted restrictive covenants has been highlighted in a recent decision by the Court of Appeal.

According to Lawspeed, a legal consultancy specialising in the recruitment sector, the case involves international headhunter Egon Zehnder.

Lawspeed highlights a recent Court of Appeal decision, involving an Egon Zehnder employee, who left the...

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