It is sometimes possible to persuade a court to enforce a restriction that is otherwise unreasonably wide by severing, or effectively deleting, a specific aspect of the restriction. The risks and opportunities this creates need to be considered by employers when drafting as well as enforcing restrictions. For more information see our website.
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About Laura Anthony
Laura supports the team on a broad range of both contentious and non-contentious legal matters, acting for both employers and employees. Her experience includes: advising corporate bodies and senior-level individuals on a wide range of employment law issues; drafting and negotiating terms of employment contracts and consultancy agreements; advising on and negotiating settlement agreements for employers and exiting employees; reviewing and drafting employment policies and handbooks; advising employers on exiting strategies and the associated unfair and wrongful dismissal risks; and providing support on large corporate transactions.
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