Team moves (1): identifying unlawful conduct

This note looks at the issues involved in determining whether there has been unlawful conduct in the context of a team move. It specifically considers the express and implied contractual obligations which may typically be found to have been breached in a team move situation.

Daniel Ellis and Monica Kurnatowska of Baker & McKenzie LLP (based on an original co-authored with Colin Leckey of Lewis Silkin LLP)


 

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