Monthly Archives: April 2014

Musicians not entitled to specific performance of their contracts.

In Ashworth and others v The Royal National Theatre (2014) EWHC 1176 (QB), the High Court has refused to grant an interim injunction to a group of musicians who worked on the Royal National Theatre’s production of ‘War Horse’ in … Continue reading

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Restrictive Covenant upheld despite drafting error

In Prophet plc v Huggett (2014) EWHC 615 (CH), the High Court considered the enforceability of a non-compete restriction which, on its face, offered the claimant employer no protection because of a drafting error. Mr Huggett was employed by Prophet … Continue reading

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