Court upholds Egon Zehnder’s use of restrictive covenants

A landmark decision handed down by the Supreme Court yesterday has far reaching implications for recruiters’ use of restrictive covenants.

The decision relates to a case involving executive search firm Egon Zehnder, who hired consultant Mary-Caroline Tillman back in 2003 to work in its financial services practice division.

Court documents reveal Tillman, who was subsequently promoted to principal in...

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