Employees Beware! 6 Week Jail Sentence for Employee who Deleted Confidential Information

Posted in : Immigration and Employment Updates on 1 September 2017
Michael Black
Cleaver Fulton Rankin
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Mr Dadi was an aircraft cleaning contractor employed by OCS at Heathrow Airport. In February 2017 his employment was transferred to a competitor, Omniserve, after OCS lost the contract.  OCS obtained an Interim Injunction against Mr Dadi:

  • Prohibiting him from disclosing confidential information to third parties;
  • Prohibiting him from destroying any evidence leading to the Order; and
  • Requiring him to disclose any items of confidential information that had been shared.

The Order was served on Mr Dadi by the OCS in house lawyer who impressed upon him the importance of the Order and read out the contents of the penal notice to him. She advised Mr Dadi that he should take legal advice.

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This article is correct at 01/09/2017

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Michael Black
Cleaver Fulton Rankin

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