Removing and retaining confidential information

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Posted on 04 Apr 2022

Removing and retaining confidential information

The Nissan v Passi case : what happened and key takeaways

Employees cannot remove their employer’s confidential documents in order to take legal advice. Doyle Clayton's Katie Mahoney and Blackstone Chambers' Kerenza Davis consider the recent Nissan case which provides a punchy reminder of this point.

 Click here to read their article.

 This article was originally published in ELA Briefing (© Employment Lawyers Association)

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Katie Mahoney

Katie acts for a variety of clients, predominantly employers, on a wide array of employment law issues. Katie deals with both contentious and non-contentious matters, including unfair dismissal, constructive dismissal, redundancy, discrimination, post termination restrictions and day-to-day workplace issues.

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Peter De Maria

Peter is the firm’s Senior Partner. He specialises in all areas of employment law acting for both employers and employees. He has particular expertise in advising on the enforcement of restrictive covenants, team moves and bonus claims in the High Court.

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