Jeremy regularly acts in claims for and resisting injunctive relief, primarily in cases involving restraint of trade, confidentiality, intellectual property and fiduciary duty issues concerning employees, directors and/or shareholders, partners or vendor/purchaser cases. He has been instructed in a wide range of business sectors including fashion, recruitment consultancy, internet travel, journalism, inter-dealer broking, insurance broking, engineering, computing, retail, telecommunications, solicitors and, NHS Trusts.
Notable cases have included:
- Mehan and others v Visage Limited  EWHC 2734 (QB, 3 November 2017, Mrs Justice Yip), together with Selwyn Bloch QC, obtaining extensive interim injunctions, including non-compete and springboard injunctions, in the context of a team move in the clothing sector.
- Summan v University of Lincolnshire (Claim No. D00LN154, Lincoln County Court, 27 April 2017 – successfully resisting a claim for injunctive relief to prevent internal disciplinary proceedings continuing against a University lecturer.
- Tullet Prebon v BGC Brokers (acting for the ten brokers moving to BGC against whom extended garden leave injunctions were sought)
- Paul Wurth Limited and others v Siemens VAI Metals Technologies Limited (CA), which concerned a springboard injunction in relation to a mass team move.
- Ashworth v Royal National Theatre  4 All E.R. 238 (resisting application for injunction seeking to require continued employment of the band in “Warhorse”).
Jeremy is co-author of five chapters in Brearley and Bloch, “Employment covenants and confidential information”. (Bloomsbury, 4th ed 2018) relating to:
- The duty of fidelity;
- Fiduciary duties;
- Reasonableness of express covenants;
- Introducing/ varying covenants; and
- Final remedies