Proprietary information is perhaps a business’s most valuable asset in today’s world and it is imperative to protect this asset. This can include client lists, pricing information, and other such information. A business’s employees have access to and use this information on a daily basis, and in the current marketplace, employees are increasingly mobile. Considering the mobility of today’s workforce and the increasing connectivity of the market and society, a business’s proprietary information is at constant risk of being misappropriated. Because of this, the use of non-compete, non-disclosure, non-solicitation, and confidentiality agreements are commonplace in today’s business environment.
The Kullman Firm represents employers in protecting their valuable proprietary information whether by guarding this information on the front end through the preparation and drafting of non-compete, non-disclosure, non-solicitation, and confidentiality agreements or enforcing such agreements both in and out of court. If issues related to non-compete, non-disclosure, non-solicitation, and confidentiality agreements have to be litigated, the Kullman Firm can act quickly to stop the sharing and spreading of a business’s proprietary information. The Kullman Firm also advises clients on strategies to reduce their litigation risk when hiring employees from a competitor and defending employers should a new employee’s former employer seek to enforce a non-compete, non-disclosure, or confidentiality agreement.