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In the digital age, confidential information can be sent worldwide in a couple of clicks. If this information falls into the wrong hands it can cause significant damage to reputation.

Our team has the tools to help protect your most vital assets. You might be dealing with a rogue employee (or just a naive one), an owner or officer of the business who is planning to leave, or an unscrupulous supplier.

We can help you deploy the laws of confidence, intellectual property, defamation and employment to help you manage the crisis and protect your business for the future.



Case Study

Two senior directors were sent by our client, a major manufacturer, to meet suppliers in the Far East. On their return the directors explained that the trip had not been productive. Soon afterwards, they both resigned. Our client was suspicious.

Working with our team of investigators, we quickly discovered that premises had been acquired, that the directors had set up in competition, and that they had entered into an exclusive distributorship agreement with the Far East suppliers.

It also became clear that the two directors had taken our client’s customer database, and had planned an aggressive sales campaign based on spreading untrue rumours about our client’s products.

Our team moved quickly to obtain an injunction preventing the two former directors from running the new business for a defined period and requiring the return of the confidential information.

The former directors’ attempts to malign our client’s reputation were thwarted.

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Jonathan Coley

United Kingdom
t: +44 (0)121 335 2910
Expertise: Confidentiality crisis

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