Do I Need A Lawyer To Draft A Confidentiality Agreement?
At Willis Law, we provide experienced and knowledgeable legal guidance to both employers and employees seeking legal counsel regarding confidentiality agreements. Our attorneys also assist in drafting sound confidentiality and noncompete agreements that will protect the interests of our clients, both now and in the future.
To learn more about how our lawyers can protect your interests in dealing with intellectual property and proprietary information, please call our Michigan firm at (888) 461-7744.
Kalamazoo And Grand Rapids Lawyers Providing Confidentiality Agreement Representation For Businesses Owners And Companies
Our firm provides straightforward answers to business owners and companies regarding existing confidentiality agreements and the enforceability of those contracts, particularly after an employee has left the company.
We understand the value and role that intellectual property plays in market share and viability in competitive markets. Our lawyers produce strategies that protect trade secrets, technology, pricing strategy, client and customer lists, and proprietary information. When creating a confidentiality agreement, we make sure that your interests are fully protected with supplemental noncompete and nonsolicit agreements that will reinforce the confidentiality agreements in place.
If your company is dealing with a former employee who is using or misusing intellectual property, including e-files and technology, we have the resources and network of experts needed to build a solid breach of contract case. We work with some of the best forensic computer experts in the area to detail exactly when and for what purpose the information was used, including networks and computers on which information was transferred.
We work zealously to protect your company's intellectual property and market share.
Confidentiality Agreement Representation For Employees
Often, employees come to us seeking to know their options after they leave a company at which they learned valuable information that could be considered confidential. We also represent many former employees who are being sued by a corporation for breach of a confidentiality agreement. This usually follows the employee taking a position at a competitor or similar company.