The claimant had obtained a without notice order restraining the first defendant, its former senior consultant from deleting or otherwise interfering with emails from his time with the company. The defendant said that there had been no emergency warranting the without notice order, and that no proprietary interest existed in such material.
 2 CLC 795,  EWHC 2952 (TCC)
England and Wales
See Also – Fairstar Heavy Transport Nv v Adkins TCC 23-Nov-2012
At TCC – Fairstar Heavy Transport Nv v Adkins and Another CA 19-Jul-2013
The court was asked whether the appellant company was entitled to an order requiring its former Chief Executive Officer, after the termination of his appointment, to give it access to the content of emails relating to its business affairs, and . .
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