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Can an NDA Require Confidentiality Regarding Sexual Harassment?

The #MeToo movement has forever changed the way we look at sexual harassment in the workplace. It has also shed light on a practice many Americans may not know of — the use of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) to silence alleged victims. An NDA is a contract that restricts one party from sharing another’s confidential information. Read More

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When is a Noncompete Agreement Considered Unreasonable in Scope?

A noncompete agreement, also called a covenant not to compete, restricts an employee from leaving an employer to work for a company in the same field of business in the same geographical market. An employee could also violate a noncompete agreement by starting a rival business in the same field. However, a noncompete must be Read More

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What Are the Essential Components of a Nondisclosure Agreement?

A nondisclosure agreement, often just called an “NDA,” is a contract that requires parties to keep specific information confidential. Nondisclosure agreements are often used in employment relationships to keep employees from sharing trade secrets and other proprietary data with the employer’s competition. NDAs are also commonly used to protect personal customer or patient information and Read More

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Are Noncompete Agreements Enforceable Against At-Will Employees?

Texas is an at-will employment state, which means employees can quit anytime and employers can fire employees for any reason or no reason at all as long as it’s not an illegal reason (like discrimination). In this environment, questions often arise about whether such employees can be forced to abide by the terms of non-complete Read More

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What Consideration is Required for a Non-Disclosure Agreement in Texas?

Texas courts have long been battlegrounds for parties fighting over the enforceability of noncompete agreements. However, non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) have caused far less controversy. This is probably because non-disclosure agreements aren’t viewed as restraints on trade, nor do they typically prevent a former employee from working for a competitor. Even so, non-disclosure agreements do have Read More

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