Practice – Pre-trial or post-judgment relief. The Chancery Division ruled on consequential matters following a successful claim, alleging that the first defendant had breached his fiduciary duties by using his position as a director of the claimant company to cause it to make payments to himself, purportedly as remuneration. The court ruled that a remuneration order, which had previously been agreed, but had not been sealed, following the successful claim, had been pronounced at an earlier hearing, and notwithstanding that the claimant had proposed a new draft order, the remuneration order was sealed.