Employee fraud highlights risks

A surgeon who lied in order to land an £84,000 a year role has been convicted of fraud. Sudip Sarker told the interview panel that he has performed about 85 keyhole procedures, 51 of which he claimed he had performed independently. In reality, he had only performed six. He was subsequently hired into the lucrative […]

Restrictive Covenants

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Where a restrictive covenant has not been drafted as it should be to accurately reflect the parties’ intentions, should the courts give preference to the actual wording used or to the intended meaning? The Court of Appeal in the case of  Prophet Plc v Huggett [2014] EWCA Civ 1013 has decided that it is the actual […]