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Restrictive covenants: Poorly drafted unambiguous non-competition covenant was nonetheless binding

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In Prophet plc v Huggett [2014] IRLR 797 CA, the Court of Appeal held that an unambiguous non-competition covenant was binding even though, because the drafting was poorly thought through, it was "toothless" and the employee was free to take up employment with a competitor.