It would appear that the information that can be transferred after the termination of the protection contract is limited to the employer`s protected information. In essence, the employer can only seek protection in the event of copyright infringement, since the courts are different in the application of non-competition clauses, such as confidentiality agreements concluded after the termination of the contract. In Diljeet Titus v.M. Alfred Adebare and Ors. 2006 (32) PTC 609 (Del) was counsel at the applicant`s bar. After the termination of the employment relationship, the defendant allegedly took with it important confidential data, such as customer lists and the applicant`s own withdrawals. The defendant argued that “the creation was independent and that it was created by advice and advice to clients” during employment. Article 9 of the contract of employment for a period of five years is worded as follows; “The employer has the right to prevent a worker from communicating all information, instruments, documents, reports, etc. . . .
Confidentiality Clause In Employment Agreement In India
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