- Does your company have an employee handbook that contains a policy concerning confidentiality of information to which employees have access?
- Does your company have key employees with access to your company’s confidential information sign confidentiality agreement, non-competition agreements or non-solicitation agreements?
- Does your company have business partners sign confidentiality agreements or non-disclosure agreements?
- Does your company have your employees acknowledge receipt of the employee handbook and reaffirm that acknowledgment annually?
- Does your company password-protect its computer data?
- Does your company keep physical files containing trade secrets or other confidential information under lock and key?
- If you have employees sign non-competition agreements or non-solicitation agreements, have you had those agreements reviewed by an attorney for enforceability under Connecticut law?
If you answered no to any of these questions, your business will gain value in addressing how it protects its important confidential information, who has access to it, how it is protected, and the extent to which your employees can compete with your business and solicit your customers when they leave your employment. Call or email us now to help devise a plan to protect some of your business’s most important assets.