Restrictive covenants: Insufficient evidence to establish "trade secrets" requiring protection
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FSS Travel and Leisure Systems Ltd v Johnson and another  IRLR 382 CA (0 other reports)
In FSS Travel & Leisure Systems Ltd v (1) Johnson (2) The Chauntry Corporation Ltd  IRLR 382 the Court of Appeal holds that an employer failed to adduce sufficient evidence to identify and establish that it possessed trade secrets which required protection by means of a restrictive covenant. The evidence pointed only to the skills, experience, know-how and general knowledge acquired by the employee in relation to the business, rather than a separate and specific recognisable body of objective knowledge.