Texas Trial Attorney Representing Employers And Employees In Non-Disclosure Disputes
A non-disclosure agreement is essentially a contract that prohibits an individual from disclosing a company’s valuable secrets. Non-disclosure agreements are typically created by employers and signed by employees. If you have been accused of violating a non-disclosure agreement, or if a party has violated the terms of your non-disclosure agreement, we encourage you to contact Patterson PC today.
Our founding attorney Pete Patterson is an accomplished trial lawyer with more than 30 years of experience in a wide variety of business and legal matters, including violations of non-disclosure agreements and employment litigation.
To set up a meeting regarding your goals and concerns, please call us in Houston at 713-804-9318 or complete our contact form. Patterson PC represents clients throughout Texas, as well as clients with headquarters in other states.
Enforcing Non-Disclosure Agreements
The purpose of a non-disclosure agreement is to prevent an employee from leaking company secrets to the public or to a competitor. A non-disclosure agreement is like other contracts in that it may be enforceable, and the breaching party may be held liable if the terms of the agreement are violated.
Non-disclosure agreements are commonly used for:
- Protecting of trade secrets
- Protecting information about a new business idea or an unreleased product
- Safeguarding intellectual property
- Keeping client or customer information confidential
Patterson PC represents both employers and employees in disputes over non-disclosure and non-compete agreements. In many cases, the dispute often lies in whether a certain piece of information is “confidential.” We can thoroughly examine the legal wording of the contract to help you determine whether there has indeed been a violation. If we find the violation to be of merit, we are prepared to protect or defend your interests in court.
In general, we first seek to resolve matters through negotiation, mediation or arbitration to avoid costly trial proceedings. However, some cases require a trial, and we always make our cases trial-ready. Doing so puts you in the strongest possible position to win.
See our case results and client testimonials to learn more about the high level of service and representation that we provide.
Contact Patterson PC Today
To schedule a meeting to discuss your non-disclosure concerns, please call us in Houston at 713-804-9318 or complete our contact form. Patterson PC represents clients throughout the Houston area and all of Texas.