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 In the matter of [[case_links#​Ecolab Pty Ltd v Klen International Pty Ltd & Ors|Ecolab Pty Ltd v Klen International Pty Ltd & Ors]](([2007] FCA 1376)), the Court considered a case in which an employee resigned from his employment with Ecolab and the following month commenced employment with Klen International ( “Klen” ).  Ecolab and Klen are competitors. In the matter of [[case_links#​Ecolab Pty Ltd v Klen International Pty Ltd & Ors|Ecolab Pty Ltd v Klen International Pty Ltd & Ors]](([2007] FCA 1376)), the Court considered a case in which an employee resigned from his employment with Ecolab and the following month commenced employment with Klen International ( “Klen” ).  Ecolab and Klen are competitors.
  
-Ecolab commenced proceedings against the ex-employee and Klen seeking to retrain the ex-employee from breaching his employment contract with Ecolab and from disclosing and using confidential information belonging to Ecolab. ​ Ecolab also sought to restrain Klen from inducing the ex-employee to breach his employment contract with Ecolab and from using or inducing the ex-employee to disclose Ecolab’s confidential information,​ or from benefiting from its disclosure or use.+Ecolab commenced proceedings against the ex-[[employee]] and Klen seeking to retrain the ex-employee from breaching his employment contract with Ecolab and from disclosing and using confidential information belonging to Ecolab. ​ Ecolab also sought to restrain Klen from inducing the ex-employee to breach his employment contract with Ecolab and from using or inducing the ex-employee to disclose Ecolab’s confidential information,​ or from benefiting from its disclosure or use.
  
 Pending the hearing of the dispute by the Court, Ecolab sought interim injunctive relief. Pending the hearing of the dispute by the Court, Ecolab sought interim injunctive relief.

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