Group Companies Uses in Reasonableness of Restrictions Clause

Reasonableness of Restrictions from Contract

Reasonableness of Restrictions. The Executive recognises that, whilst performing his duties for the Company, he will have access to and come into contact with trade secrets and confidential information belonging to the Company or to Group Companies and will obtain personal knowledge of and influence over its or their customers and/or employees. The Executive therefore agrees that the restrictions contained or referred to in Clauses 14 and 16 and Schedule 2 are reasonable and necessary to protect the legitimate business interests of the Company and its Group Companies both during and after the termination of his employment.

Reasonableness of Restrictions from Contract

Reasonableness of Restrictions. The Executive recognises that, whilst performing his duties for the Company, he will have access to and come into contact with trade secrets and confidential information belonging to the Company or to Group Companies and will obtain personal knowledge of and influence over its or their customers and/or employees. The Executive therefore agrees that the restrictions contained or referred to in Clauses 14 and 16 and Schedule 2 are reasonable and necessary to protect the legitimate business interests of the Company and its Group Companies both during and after the termination of his employment.

Reasonableness of Restrictions from Contract

Reasonableness of Restrictions. The Executive recognises that, whilst performing his duties for the Company, he will have access to and come into contact with trade secrets and confidential information belonging to the Company or to Group Companies and will obtain personal knowledge of and influence over its or their customers and/or employees. The Executive therefore agrees that the restrictions contained or referred to in Clauses 14 and 16 and Schedule 2 are reasonable and necessary to protect the legitimate business interests of the Company and its Group Companies both during and after the termination of his employment.

Reasonableness of Restrictions from Contract

Reasonableness of Restrictions. The Executive recognises that, whilst performing his duties for the Company, he will have access to and come into contact with trade secrets and confidential information belonging to the Company or to Group Companies and will obtain personal knowledge of and influence over its or their customers and/or employees. The Executive therefore agrees that the restrictions contained or referred to in Clauses 14 and 16 and Schedule 2 are reasonable and necessary to protect the legitimate business interests of the Company and its Group Companies both during and after the termination of his employment.

Reasonableness of Restrictions from Service Agreement

Reasonableness of Restrictions. The Executive recognises that, whilst performing his duties for the Company, he will have access to and come into contact with trade secrets and confidential information belonging to the Company or to Group Companies and will obtain personal knowledge of and influence over its or their customers and/or employees. The Executive therefore agrees that the restrictions contained or referred to in Clauses 12 and 14 and Schedule 1 are reasonable and necessary to protect the legitimate business interests of the Company and its Group Companies both during and after the termination of his employment.