Nondisclosure Agreement Lawyer
A number of different agreements are drawn up between employers and their employees, one of the most common being nondisclosure agreements. Also called confidentiality agreements, or NDAs, nondisclosure agreements are established in order to create a confidential relationship between employee and employer. These agreements are used to protect employers and businesses and can lead to serious repercussions if violated. If you are dealing with a dispute regarding a nondisclosure agreement, our firm can help. We have a thorough understanding of civil litigation, and we have experience working with nondisclosure agreements and other similar documents. Whether you need help establishing an agreement for your employees or you are dealing with a dispute, our firm can review your case and defend your rights. Call us at 215-914-9939 to schedule a consultation with our firm!
The Purpose Of An NDA
A nondisclosure agreement can be used to protect certain company information that may be considered private or sensitive. In order to avoid any misinterpretations or future disputes, a good NDA will specifically outline what information is protected under the agreement. The NDA should include a specified duration, and there may also be exceptions to the rules. They are essentially designed to protect trade secrets and to hold both parties who exchange such secrets accountable for their actions.
Protecting Our Clients’ Rights
In the event that a nondisclosure agreement is broken, it may be essential to use legal means to protect your rights. Employers who have been wronged may need to prove that the agreement was broken in order to protect the company and their own individual rights. Contrarily, individuals may need to prove the obligations and duties of the receiving party were not violated if a dispute arises, perhaps because the NDA was not specific enough. If your rights are being violated, our firm wants to help. We are committed to protecting our clients from unfair business practices in whatever form they appear. We understand laws regarding confidentiality agreements, and we have the knowledge necessary to help you reach a settlement or, if necessary, to take your case to trial. Contact Duffy North today to get started on your civil litigation case today.