There are lots of stories in the news about employers using non-disclosure agreements to silence employees across a wide range of areas, some not related directly to work. In many cases, these agreements, referred to as NDAs, can overreach and try to stop an exiting employee from seeking work in their own field. Many states have stepped in and prohibited employers from this kind of overreach and now courts are looking at NDAs that try to ban speech of a broader nature. Most employers have client lists, work processes, and internal data that they need to protect. A logical and reasonable NDA can be drafted to prevent the sharing of internal private and confidential information, and can even protect an employer who may need to show best efforts to protect client data. If you need help drafting an NDA with a scope that won't get you in trouble with the law, contact Critical Path Advisors.
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