February 25, 2021 by Matthew Curtis in Confidentiality/Trade Secrets
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British Columbia Court of Appeal upholds significant award for loss of confidential information by former employees

In GEA Refrigeration Canada Inc. v. Chang, the British Columbia Court of Appeal upheld a decision awarding disgorgement of profits […]

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June 10, 2014 by Jordan Deering in Breach of Fiduciary Duty, Confidentiality/Trade Secrets
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Lack of Full Disclosure: Special Costs in Failed Anton Piller Order

In recent years, employers have increasingly sought and obtained Anton Piller Orders (“APO”) where a departing employee leaves with confidential information. The strategy is often extremely effective: the employer recovers the confidential informat...

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