Drafting Nondisclosure Agreements With Time Limitations: Reducing Risks to Trade Secrets
Customer and Joint Venture Access, Departing Employees, and Bifurcated Confidentiality Provisions
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will discuss how to formulate time limits in confidentiality and nondisclosure agreements (NDAs) that balance the disclosing party's need for secrecy and the receiving party's interest in minimizing responsibility under the agreement. The panel will discuss the issue of disclosures to customers or joint venture partners, as well as how to bifurcate time limitations in employment agreements to protect trade secrets when employees depart.
- Nondisclosure agreements
- Time limitations
- Statutory reasons for inclusion
- Other reasons for inclusion
- Agreements with customers and joint venture partners
- Employment agreements
- Bifurcating confidentiality
- Time limitations
The panel will discuss these and other relevant topics:
- When should time limitations be included in NDAs?
- What restrictions can a trade secret owner include in agreements with customers and joint venture partners?
- How can an employer bifurcate a confidentiality obligation in an enforceable restrictive covenant?
Natalie M. Koss
Potomac Legal Group
Ms. Koss actively litigates both commercial and employment cases and has successfully negotiated settlement agreements... | Read More
Ms. Koss actively litigates both commercial and employment cases and has successfully negotiated settlement agreements on behalf of corporate and individual clients. Ms. Koss also represents clients in business tort, employment disputes and copyright infringement cases and has tried both bench and jury cases in federal and state courts.Close
Daniel R. Saeedi
Taft Stettinius & Hollister
Mr. Saeedi’s principal practice areas are labor and employment law and corporate litigation. He has represented... | Read More
Mr. Saeedi’s principal practice areas are labor and employment law and corporate litigation. He has represented governmental and private clients in workplace discrimination litigation, class action defense, policy formulation and litigation regarding employment agreements. In his corporate practice, Mr. Saeedi has represented directors, officers and shareholders in a wide range of corporate and securities-related disputes. He is a frequent speaker and writer on corporate and employment matters.Close