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Saltman Engineering Co v Campbell Engineering Co (1948) 65 RPC 203

This case considered the issue of confidential information and whether or not a manufacturer owed a duty of confidence to a company who had supplied them drawings and designs to produce tools to make leather punches.

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Saltman Engineering Co v Campbell Engineering Co (1948) 65 RPC 203
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