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DBS wins gagging order in legal battle

DBS has issued a gagging order against former DBS network member Evan Owen ahead of a legal battle believed to be over negative comments made about the network to the press this year.

The injunction follows a preliminary High Court hearing on September 4 in London in DBS Financial Management.

Money Marketing understands that the action against Jones, a former client of Owen&#39s, has been dropped.

The case is expected to be heard later in the year.

Evan Owen was unable to comment.

Misys head of media relations Paul Charles says: “We cannot comment about any case at this time. We can confirm that we are taking action against certain individuals. There was a hearing on September 4. We will make further comment if appropriate.”

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