If I want legal advice on a "Confidentiality and Proprietary Rights Agreement" with the workplace (I am a software engineer/developer) would the intellectual property field be the most knowledgeable about such documents?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Not necessarily. IP lawyers are pricey, and their purview is patents trademarks and copyrights. If an average lawyer cannot understand the agreement you probably don't want to sign it.
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