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Eden co-founder Jonathan Ball's application for an injunction to restrain former solicitors Druces & Attlee from acting for the Eden Project and the Eden Trust against him was granted on Tuesday. Ball claimed the solicitors had disclosed confidential information, gained while he was their client, to Eden during a case between Ball and the project over possession of intellectual rights.The judge said it was 'strongly arguable' there was a risk of disclosure by Druces & Attlee.Ball won ...

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