Employee Confidentiality And Intellectual Property Agreement

However, the courts, and no less than the Supreme Court, have recognized the importance of protecting confidential information and having restrictive covenants. In Niranjan Shankar Golikar v Century Spinning & manufacturing Co. Ltd. (AIR 1967 SC 1098), a judicial chamber of the Supreme Court held that, since the worker was aware of the special procedure invented/accepted by the applicant and from which the worker had received training and acquired knowledge, that worker, for the remaining period for which it had concluded a contract with the applicant, to prevent the entry of employment with a competitor. An employee`s value is valued by the learning, training, knowledge and experience they have gained from their connection to an organization. .

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