Whether they call it a Confidentiality Agreement or a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA), many New Yorkers begin their business deals with a contract governing the sensitive information that they might exchange with one another. Employers hiring or firing employees, tech companies with trade secrets and parties exploring a potential business relationship all routinely find themselves in
Intellectual Property Rights reference an extensive range of privileges afforded to the owners of creative material, including rights in connection with trademarks, copyrights and patents, among other things. Owners of intellectual property (IP) have the exclusive right to exploit and sell their creative material. Whether it’s a song, film, logo, artwork or invention, IP owners
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