Ardonagh staff poaching claims dismissed in court


Claims made by Gallagher that Ardonagh had unlawfully poached staff and business from one of its subsidiaries in 2017 were this morning dismissed by a High Court judge.

Mr Justice Freedman also awarded legal costs to the defendants.

Following the judgement, Ardonagh said that Gallagher had agreed to pay £3.1m towards the defendants’ costs.

Gallagher-owned Alesco had alleged that the Ardonagh Group and two of its subsidiaries, Bishopsgate and Price Forbes, had conspired to poach staff

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