20 March 2019
‘Confidentiality Cost’ on Radio Norfolk
Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) also known as ‘gagging clauses’ were originally designed to stop employees sharing trade secrets when they move jobs – but how are they being misused? Why would you get one and what might happen if you were to breech one?
These were all questions put to Anissa Hallworth on this morning’s breakfast show on Radio Norfolk. Anissa, Director and Head of Litigation and Employment at Hayes + Storr expertly explained how NDAs can be mutually beneficial to both employer and employee – but also, how they can be misused, highlighting recent controversies surrounding Harvey Weinstein and Philip Green.
Listen again here, with BBC Sounds.