This article posted to our partner site discusses a case wherein a product designer’s confidentiality agreement with a manufacturer was deemed to be unenforceable when they sued the manufacturer for releasing an almost identical product. It serves as a reminder to prioritize clarity and specificity when forming confidentiality agreements, and stresses the need to reasonably enforce confidentiality rather than merely relying on the existence of an agreement.


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