In a civil claim brought by the London School of Economics it was found, on a balance of probabilities, that the cogency of evidence justified a finding that a former employee had breached his fiduciary duty by accepting secret payments from companies who provided services to the School; but that in all the circumstances the evidence did not support any findings of fraud or otherwise in respect of alleged overcharging for minor telecommunications work.

QBD (David Foskett QC)

13/06/2000

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