High Court grants injunction to enforce 12-month garden leave against stockbroker

The employer successfully secured an injunction to enforce a 12-month garden leave period against one of its stockbrokers. The stockbroker resigned after obtaining new employment. However, the High Court held that 12 months was a reasonable period of time for the employee to be placed on garden leave to protect the employer’s legitimate business interests.

 Are you entering into a contract of employment with Garden Leave clauses, or other restraint of trade or restrictive covenants, or are you considering implementating the same into employees contracts of employment? If so contact our employment solicitor, Sarah O’Leary, by email at s.oleary@srb.co.uk or by telephone on 0208 891 6141.

2013-11-19T15:39:45+00:00 November 19th, 2013|