With business lawsuits, there are countless factors to consider and companies are taken to court for many reasons. However, it is essential to focus on details that are central to the success of your case and do what you can to protect the future of your business. At Baker, Dublikar, Beck, Wiley, & Mathews, we know how important it is to prevent litigation from arising in the first place. Unfortunately, this cannot always be accomplished and some business owners find themselves in the courtroom over a confidentiality agreement dispute and many other types of disagreements.
When it comes to confidentiality agreements, you may encounter different problems. For example, perhaps one of your former employees revealed trade secrets to a competitor after signing a confidentiality agreement and you are worried that this behavior will hurt your business. Or, perhaps a competitor has accused your business of stealing trade secrets from one of their former workers. Furthermore, you may be wondering whether or not you should have employees sign confidentiality agreements or have questions about the validity of an agreement.
It is very important to tackle these matters correctly, since taking a wrong approach could be very costly. We know that these disputes can lead to high levels of stress, but you should try to maintain a clear focus and protect your business' interests. If you browse to the part of our law firm's site that deals with business litigation, you will find additional insight on legal topics related to confidentiality agreement disputes.