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Seminar: Protecting your business interests

Paul Weeden

Written by Paul Weeden

Founder & Managing Director at Foration. IT and technology fixer.

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Foration is delighted to have been asked to present at the forthcoming seminar arranged by Gordon Turner Employment Lawyers on 11th December 2014. The 2 hour session will address how to go about protecting your business interests against unfair competition by employees.

Seminar Details

  • Date: Thursday 11th December 2014
  • Time: 14:30 – 16:30
  • Location: 7 Bedford Road, London, WC1R 4BS

Speaker Line Up


If your organisation depends on client databases and relationships, at some point you may face the threat of an employee abusing their position and attacking your business interests. As the economy grows, more employees are breaking away to do their own thing so it is important to check your systems and have a plan so that you can react immediately and effectively.

This is an area where employment law can actually favour the employer, provided you:

  • Check your documents are in order;
  • Understand what instructions to give your staff; and
  • Have an effective strategy to respond to emergencies such as theft of databases etc.;

Five experts have been brought together to provide simple tips on what you can do now and how to enhance your chances of a successful application for an injunction in a cost effective way.

Some of these steps could save you hundreds of thousands of pounds. Practical examples include monitoring all workers’ browser histories through a single portal and providing management instructions that could protect your organisation without written contracts.

Register Your Attendance

The cost to attend the seminar is £25 plus VAT including detailed notes. To reserve a place please e-mail for a booking form or call 020 7247 7190.

Paul Weeden

Written by Paul Weeden

Founder & Managing Director at Foration. IT and technology fixer.

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