Ex-Nissan GC Denies Wrongdoing In Holding On To Docs

By Joanne Faulkner (January 7, 2022, 4:16 PM GMT) -- The former global general counsel for Nissan has denied violating his contract after a judge ordered him to destroy copies of documents taken from the auto giant that would later underpin an unfair dismissal case against his employer.  

Ravinder Passi said there is no basis for claims by Nissan that he planned to misuse and retain any confidential information, in a High Court defense which has recently been made public. Passi said he sent documents to his lawyer when seeking advice on his ongoing employment, which he was entitled to do and for which did not need authorization.

"There is no...

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