Written under the general editorship of two specialist employment law practitioners, with contributions from their respective Chambers and law firm, this book provides a comprehensive yet practical analysis of law and good practice, setting out the law, practice and appropriate strategy from both the employer's and employee's point of view.
Chapter 1 Aim and synopsis of the book Chapter 2 The employment relationship Chapter 3 The implied duty of fidelity Chapter 4 Employee fiduciary duties Chapter 5 Express terms of the contract of employment Chapter 6 Confidential information Chapter 7 Database rights Chapter 8 Practical steps to protect the employer's interests during employment Chapter 9 Termination of employment Chapter 10 Legitimate protection for the ex-employer Chapter 11 Reasonableness of express covenants Chapter 12 Drafting restrictive covenants Chapter 13 Introducing/varying restrictive covenants Chapter 14 Interim remedies: general Chapter 15 Specific interim remedies Chapter 16 Final remedies Chapter 17 International elements Chapter 18 Discovering competitive activity: the immediate practical issues Chapter 19 Team moves Index
Selwyn Bloch QC of Littleton Chambers is a leading employment silk. He advises and appears in commercial/employment cases, including disputes regarding employment and partnership covenants, fiduciary duties confidential information and team moves, often with an international element. Kate Brearley, a Partner with Stephenson Harwood LLP is an expert in all areas of employment law. Recognised as a leading practitioner in the field of employment covenants and team moves, Kate regularly advises on the drafting and enforcement of employment covenants and cases involving competitive activity including the misuse of confidential information in the employment and partnership contexts.