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Employment Webinar – Not Letting Go: Post-termination Restrictions

25th February 2021

The webinar is free to join
Thursday 4 March, 10am – 10.45am
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Post-termination restrictions or ‘restrictive covenants’, if drafted correctly, can provide vital protection for businesses in respect of their confidential information and trade secrets, customer and client details and the stability of the workforce. They can be an important tool to protect businesses against the potential harm that can be caused by departing employees who may attempt to use information gained and connections made whilst in employment, in a rival business.

As a result of Covid-19, and lockdown measures, businesses have had to implement new ways of working and may have had to make difficult decisions in respect of the reduction of the workforce. It is now more important than ever to consider how best to protect your business and consider if your current restrictions will stand up under scrutiny.

Join Victoria Regan, Partner, in the Employment Team at Rix & Kay and Adam Ohringer, Barrister, of Cloisters Chambers at our latest webinar. The following topics will be covered:

• What are restrictive covenants and what are they used for
• When are restrictions enforceable
• Other related obligations
• When should proceedings be considered
• Top tactics and strategy
• Proposed reform of non-compete clauses and the future of restrictive covenants…
• Q&A

This webinar is free to join
Thursday 4 March 2021: 10am – 10.45am
Click here to register

If you would like to join us then please register here. You can submit any questions in advance of the webinar by emailing scottgarner@rixandkay.co.uk

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

About the speakers

Victoria Regan is a Partner in Rix & Kay’s employment team. She provides strategic and operational employment law advice to businesses throughout the region.

Adam Ohringer is a Barrister at Cloisters Chambers and leading employment specialist. Adam is regularly involved in employment-related litigation in the High Court representing Claimants and Defendants in high value claims for breach of contract or restrictive covenants.