Prophet plc v Huggett: update
A few months ago, Collyer Bristow reported the case of Prophet plc v Huggett. In this case, the High Court had come to the surprising decision that it could reword a badly drafted restriction in an employment contract, to allow a former employer to enforce a non-competition obligation on a departing employee…
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