In Bull v Pitney Bowes Ltd  2 All ER 384 HC, the High Court held that clauses in restraint of trade are void unless the employer can show that they are no more than is required to protect its interests, but even then, if the employee can show that the clause is contrary to the public interest, it remains void and unenforceable.
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