In AT Poeton (Gloucester Plating) Ltd and another v Horton, the Court of Appeal holds that features of an electroplating cell used by an employer, which was substantially the same as the cell used by one of the employer's former employees in his own business after he left its employment, did not come within class 3 of the Faccenda Chicken classification of trade secrets.
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