Your company's confidential information can mean the success or failure of your enterprise. You need to protect this information carefully and ensure that those you share it with are equally cautious of its use. Fortify your company against unscrupulous people sharing your secrets by using nondisclosure agreements.
At Key Harrington Barnes PC, we know what the loss of confidential information can mean to your business. Our Dallas lawyers know how to correctly draft nondisclosure agreements to keep your confidential information safe. They also have an excellent track record of making those agreements stand up in court, whether they are enforcing them for employers or defending them against employees who claim they are too restrictive.Keeping the Circle Closed
Your company will need to share confidential information with certain employees or with outside companies or contractors. Each of these entities should sign a nondisclosure or confidentiality agreement so they confirm they understand they cannot divulge this information to anyone, especially to a competitor.
Texas law places restrictions on nondisclosure agreements and their appropriate use. Fortunately, our attorneys know how to draft these agreements properly so they are enforceable in court. We will discuss what types of information you want protected and for how long. We have experience in drafting nondisclosure agreements involving these and other issues:
- Trade secrets
- Customer lists
- Financial information
- Designs and drawings
- Software code
- Training programs
If someone violates your nondisclosure agreement, we will aggressively protect your information by asking the courts to prevent any further violation and seek any applicable damages on your behalf.They are Your Secrets — Protect Them Accordingly
Call us at (214) 615-7925 or contact us online to schedule your confidential consultation regarding nondisclosure agreements and how they can be used to protect your company. Our firm offers reasonable fees and retainers to help employers who cannot afford full-time in-house counsel.