What is a Confidentiality Agreement?
A confidentiality agreement between employer and employee outlines information that the employer does not want the employee to disclose to third persons, or outside parties. This information can include confidential knowledge, materials, or any other information.
Confidentiality agreements will usually include and specify:
• Who is covered by the agreement
• Who is not covered by the agreement
• What is considered “confidential information”
• A time period
• Many other rights, responsibilities, obligations, and remedies
It is in your best interest to have your agreement reviewed. We will ensure you retain the rights you deserve.
If you have an existing Confidentiality Agreement, allow us to clarify and explain the terms and conditions of your Confidentiality Agreement. To avoid future conflict, it is important you understand and abide by the agreement you have signed.
If your employer is alleging you violated your Confidentiality Agreement, tell us about your situation using our online case evaluation form.
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At Walcheske & Luzi, LLC it is our pledge to provide open and honest advice, taking the time to listen, counsel, and advise. We will closely review your employment contract or agreement, provide you a full assessment and explanation of its provisions, and openly and honestly discuss your options and determine whether further negotiations or representation is needed. Tell us about your agreement or contract, we’re ready to help.
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