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Nondisclosure Agreements

Although California’s right-to-work laws render most noncompete agreements invalid, employers can still take steps to shield themselves from unfair competition. For many employers, nondisclosure agreements fill the gap left by California law. At Peterson Watts Law Group, LLP, we help business owners protect themselves from unfair competition by drafting nondisclosure agreements that are enforceable to the fullest extent of the law.

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Our attorneys provide a full range of services related to nondisclosure agreements, including:

  • Drafting nondisclosure agreements
  • Defending nondisclosure agreements
  • Litigating nondisclosure agreements
  • Challenging nondisclosure agreement that are not pursuant to California law

The purpose of a nondisclosure agreement is to safeguard an employer’s trade secrets. At Peterson Watts Law Group, LLP, we thoughtfully and effectively draft nondisclosure agreements in order to ensure that they are enforceable under California law.

Should disputes over nondisclosure agreements arise, we work with clients to help them find quickest and most efficient path to resolution. Through alternative dispute resolution or litigation, we work to protect our clients’ interests.

Our attorneys act as virtual in-house counsel for businesses throughout the Sacramento area. By providing ongoing legal counsel, we enable our clients to avoid disputes and costly litigation. With over 50 years of combined experience, our attorneys have the knowledge necessary to keep businesses running smoothly.

Contact Peterson Watts Law Group, LLP

Learn more about ways to protect your business’s trade secrets by contacting Peterson Watts Law Group, LLP, in Sacramento, California, at 916-780-8222. Our lawyers will take forceful action to ensure that your nondisclosure agreement sufficiently protects sensitive information.