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Prosyscor Limited v. Netsweeper Inc and Others [2019] ECHW 1302 (IPEC)
Added: 11.06.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
The recent case of Prosyscor v. Netsweeper concerned a dispute of ownership of a patent application, where the applicant’s employer claimed ownership. The judgement, given by the Presiding Judge of the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court, HHJ Hacon, considers the principles underpinning employee inventions.

Harcus Sinclair LLP v Your Lawyers Limited: the enforceability of a covenant included in an NDA nego
Added: 11.06.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
Readers will be familiar with the principle that covenants in service agreements are more likely to be struck down as unreasonable restraints of trade than those in share sale agreements.

Nosworthy v Instinctif Partners: bad leavers, loyalty and restraint of trade
Added: 11.06.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
An employer seeking to guard against the loss of key employees has a range of tools to achieve that end. A plethora of decisions address the approach to post-termination restrictive covenants. Far less attention has been given to the role of financial disincentives to leaving, such as might typically operate through bad leaver provisions in a long term incentive plan or share ownership scheme.

Interesting developments in the law of confidential information
Added: 11.06.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law  Dispute Resolution
In The Racing Partnership & Ors v Sports Information Services & Ors [2019] EWHC 1156 (Ch) the High Court (Zacaroli J) determined a dispute relating to the (alleged) misuse of the Claimants’ live betting and horseracing data collated at racecourses.

John Bowers QC writes on Principles of external investigations
Added: 06.06.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
Many lawyers are being asked to lead investigations into employment issues, often of sexual harassment allegations. These investigations of course come in all shapes and sizes and raise very different issues. I concentrate here on employment investigations but even they may involve regulatory or governance issues as well as strict employment points. A later article will deal with privilege issues.

National Minimum Wage – When is a Deduction not a Deduction?
Added: 03.06.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
In a rare victory for Middlesbrough FC (“MFC”) it has succeeded in challenging the interpretation of HMRC of the National Minimum Wage Act (“NWMA”) and the 2015 Regulations (“NMWR”) in a decision of an Employment Tribunal sitting at Teeside.

Littleton Welcomes Renowned International Arbitrator
Added: 28.05.2019   |  Tags:  News  Comments  Arbitration
Littleton is delighted to announce that Louise Barrington will be joining Chambers as an Associate Tenant from 1st June 2019.

Stuart Sanders writes Damages in share sales: affirming the orthodox approach
Added: 28.05.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Commercial Law
In Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited v ING Bank NV [2019] EWHC 676 (Comm), Moulder J rejected a purchaser’s claim that their damages for breach of warranty should be calculated by reference to a hypothetical indemnity which they would have negotiated with the seller had the true position been disclosed prior to entering into the agreement.

Madoff ‘feeder fund’ appeal: Privy Council rules that BVI insolvency remedies can be granted in foreign courts
Added: 28.05.2019   |  Tags:  Comments  Commercial Law  International & Offshore
Madoff ‘feeder fund’ appeal: Privy Council rules that BVI insolvency remedies can be granted in foreign courts

Littleton Sports Law Group members speak at Football Law conference
Added: 24.05.2019   |  Tags:  News  Comments  On Sport
Members of the Littleton Sports Law Group participated at the LawInSport Football Law Conference

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