The LinkedIn effect: the employer’s or the employee’s account?
By Adam Rendle and Stephanie Creed
Your chief executive officer is leaving the business; he’s on garden leave and has been told not to perform any work-related activities.
You find out he has been making connections with your clients and prospective clients on the LinkedIn account that he set up while working for your company for the purpose of developing its business. Does this sound like a familiar or possible scenario for your business? Is there anything you can do to stop him and protect your company?
An English judgment from July 2013 demonstrates that English courts can make it possible for the company to take back control of the LinkedIn account…
Click on the link below to read the rest of the Taylor Wessing briefing.
News from Taylor Wessing
News from The Lawyer
Briefings from Taylor Wessing
For the tax year from 6 April 2014, the standard lifetime allowance has reduced from £1.5m to £1.25m.
One of the areas highlighted last year by the Regulator was the regulation of workplace DC pension schemes.
Analysis from The Lawyer
As the equity capital markets rocketed back into favour and global M&A saw at least a partial return to form, there have been some rich pickings for The Lawyer’s Corporate Team of the Year award shortlisted firms in 2014.
The city-state is working hard to become a global wealth management hub, and law firms are gearing up for a prosperous new world