Confidentiality Agreements in Idaho

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Confidentiality Agreements

You have worked hard to develop a way of doing business that gives you an edge over your competitors, which is why it is important that you have agreements in place to protect your confidential and proprietary information. Business law attorney Merrilee A. Parr has assist you with drafting and reviewing confidentiality agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and non-compete agreements.

Who Needs A Confidentiality Agreement

A confidentiality agreement, or a non-disclosure agreement, is a contract between two or more parties promising that specified information remain a secret. A confidentiality agreement may be necessary to protect individual or business interests, including

  • Purchase or sale of a business
  • Mergers
  • Acquisitions
  • Independent Contractor Agreements
  • Consulting Agreements
  • Employment Agreements
  • Non-Competition Agreements

Confidentiality Agreements From An Experienced Business Law Attorney

Some business owners think they save money on legal documents and attorney’s fees by using non-attorney websites. However, one size does not fit all when it comes to a confidentiality agreements and other legal services. Rather than using a fill-in-the-blank form, contact experienced business law attorney Merrilee A. Parr. Since 1997, she has been helping business owners understand the legal implications of a confidentiality agreement. She will create a confidentiality agreement that will protect your unique business interests and can serve as a trusted legal advisor who will work with you on key business law issues.  

Non-Compete Agreements

Different than a confidentiality agreement, non-compete agreements are aimed at protecting the employer against future actions by the employee or other party. Generally drafted by the employer or business owner, this agreement protects the employer by preventing the employee to work for a competitor for a specified period of time or location.   Whether you are an employee being asked to sign a non-compete agreement, or a business in need of a non-compete agreement for an employee, experienced business law attorney Merrilee A. Parr can help. Before signing anything, call her at your contract before it is signed. For assistance drafting or reviewing a contract, contact Merrilee at (208) 667-1227 to schedule an appointment.

Contact An Experienced Confidentiality Agreement Lawyer

Merrilee A. Parr will guide you through the process of creating and reviewing a confidentiality agreements so that your legal rights are protected. In the event that your confidentiality agreement has been breached, an attorney can help you get the remedy you deserve and/or help you prevent future disclosures of confidential information. Call Merrilee today at your contract before it is signed. For assistance drafting or reviewing a contract, contact Merrilee at (208) 667-1227 to schedule a consultation.