Employees' sharing of confidential information with employer's former chairman held to be gross misconduct - Wells v Cathay Investments 2 Ltd [QBD] 04.11.19 (Unreported)
Employees who had shared confidential information with a former shareholder and chairman of the company in order to reverse-engineer a budget to match a representation that he had made before the company was sold were in material breach of their employment agreements and guilty of gross misconduct.http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/QB/2019/2996.html
Category: Employment » Dismissal; Restrictive covenants; Misconduct. Keyword(s): Confidentiality. Area(s) of law: Employment; Technology and Information; Corporate and Commercial Law.
Source:  EWHC 2996 (QB).