New York Confidentiality Agreement Lawyer
A non-disclosure agreement is a common type of restrictive covenant that appears frequently in employer/employee contracts. If you are putting one of these agreements into an employment contract, planning for the future based on existing agreements or resolving disputes over these agreements, the New York law firm of Arthur R. Lehman can help.
We have more than 30 years of experience on our side. That experience will guide us toward a legal strategy designed to achieve your goals. Regardless of the challenges that you believe your case involves, you can be confident in our ability to get the results you need.
The Benefits of Non-Disclosure Agreements
Non-disclosure agreements, commonly known as confidentiality agreements, protect confidential and proprietary business information. These agreements state that, once an employee has ended the employment relationship with the employer, that employee cannot use the proprietary information acquired while working for the business.
Information that a business may want to keep confidential can vary dramatically. Often, it is a trade secret. It could be something as simple as a list of customers or as unique as a secret formula for soda or a computer-based stock trading model. It could be a specific business process or way of doing things. Trade secrets can be extremely valuable. Confidentiality agreements are designed to protect them.
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Whether you are interested in having us handle your case, are looking for feedback about the direction your case is currently going in or are a fellow lawyer seeking assistance, call 212-697-2715 or e-mail us to schedule a consultation with our New York confidentiality agreement attorney.