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(d) Disclosure of information

| Commentary

(d)     Disclosure of information

Similarly the employee must pass on to the employer any information which comes to him on behalf of his employer. Most of the case law on this tends to occur in the contexts above of information about misdeeds (of self or others) or information used to make a secret profit, though in its 'pure' sense it may perhaps be seen in Sanders v Parry [1967] 1 WLR 753, [1967] 2 All ER 803 where one of the defaults of the departing assistant solicitor was in not informing his employer of dissatisfaction by

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