Supreme Court backs former employee in trade secrets case
The Court of Appeal was right to find that a former employee of mosquito net maker Vestergaard was not liable for breach of confidential information, the UK Supreme Court has ruled
In a unanimous decision, the five Supreme Court judges found that Trine Sig was not liable as she did not learn of any relevant trade secrets while employed by Vestergaard, and was not aware that such secrets...
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