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Confidentiality Clauses in Employment Agreements: Who's Minding the Store? Part II


Posted by Levey Frisch, Janette at Thursday, 12/13/2012 10:23 am
 
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Ladies and gentlemen, we are back!. Last week, after defining in general terms what a confidentiality agreement is, we established some of the reasons an employer would want to have one. We then expounded a bit on the ways in which an employer might want to delineate what information will be considered "confidential". Now let's continue:

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