Birmingham Non-Compete, Non-Solicitation & Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) Lawyers
Non-compete agreements are often used by businesses to prevent their employees from leaving the company and then using the knowledge they gained to compete with the employer. These agreements are normally signed by an employee upon accepting an offer of employment. These agreements are often intended to protect trade secrets or to prevent an employee from stealing clients. They typically restrict a former employee from operating the same type of business or working within the same industry, within a defined territory, for a finite amount of time. Our employer non-compete agreement attorneys can help you understand how the law applies to your specific situation.
A non-solicitation agreement normally has the goal of protecting the company’s clients or their other employee assets. When an employee leaves, employers consider it important to the company not to have their former employee taking clients or other employees to a competitor.
Confidentiality / Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA)
A non-disclosure agreement (NDA), also known as a confidentiality agreement, is a contract between two or more parties that is put into place to protect specific company information. Parties agree not to disclose certain information to third parties. Normally NDA’s are made between an employer / employee, a company / independent contractor or two companies.
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Non-Compete, Non-Solicitation & Non-Disclosure Agreements Attorneys
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