Promises must be kept


Judges, of course, judge cases according to the law. However, they also look to do justice between the parties in front of them.

One suspects this latter principle was at play in Romero, in which the High Court gave judgment in May. The case told a familiar story. Broker and employer fall out. Broker leaves and tries to take client with him to new employer in breach of his covenants. Broker claims that his ex-employer’s treatment of him amounts to constructive dismissal and therefore the

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