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Company bound by non-solicitation clause with compensation that was mistakenly sent

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calendar 2 May 2021
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The Danish Easter High Court has in a new case ruled that an employee had the right to compensation from a non-solicitation clause that the company had mistakenly attached. The Court stated that the employee did not know, nor should have known, that it was a mistake. Even though the employee was already covered by an old non-solicitation clause that did not include  compensation, the company was bound by the new clause and had to pay compensation. 

 

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Groth Henriksen

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