- Confidential Information and Invention Assignment Agreement
Confidential Information and Invention Assignment Agreement"As a business owner, you need to have a written contract in place to protect your confidential information and intellectual property. Far too often, a company's assets are not adequately protected and company's risk losing them. Having your employees, contractors, consultants, and business partners sign a Confidential Information and Invention Assignment Agreement will ensure that all intellectual property created or disclosed on behalf of the company will remain with the company."
- Confidentiality Agreement
Confidentiality Agreement"Reviewed by Rocket Lawyer On Call Attorney Mark Heftler, Esq.To build your business, there are times when you need to share confidential information. A Confidentiality Agreement allows you to share when you need to, but it helps prevent your secrets from getting into the wrong hands. Some common examples include bringing in a consultant, talking to potential partners, or hiring an employee. Use this Confidentiality Agreement to ensure that the people you take into your confidence don't share your secrets.Our Confidentiality Agreement can be used to protect customer lists, marketing plans, manufacturing processes, inventions, and more. A Confidentiality Agreement is made between your business and another business or individual when you need to share some information but want to protect it from going any further. With this agreement, the person who gets access to your proprietary information agrees to keep the information confidential. It also defines what's protected, any exclusions, and for how long. A Confidentiality Agreement can also cover trade secrets — information that is not generally known outside your company and that gives your business a competitive edge."