Answer #1: Yes, that is what happened to us, and the way we resolved it was to confirm that the employee had signed with us confidentiality documents similar to the NDA that the employee had to sign. The language of the agreement with our client was transferred to the employees, so that it was a chain of documents agreed by the client to cover any employee who performs the work. Our situation was different due to the participation of a number of employees, but consider whether you can use the same argument – that the employee is already covered and that the individual NDA is an unnecessary dismissal.1 The parties expressly agree to take this confirmation of confidentiality and confidentiality obligations in electronic form, to be bound by the conditions as expressed electronically, and the use of an electronic signature procedure as the intention of the parties to be subject to such conditions. Upon written request, you will receive a hard copy of the confidentiality confirmation and confidentiality obligations addressed to the CCPA contracting parties. (ii) The Supplier`s specific prices provided for in the agreement between CCPA PP and Prospect Prospect agree to exempt, defend and maintain without damages CCPA PP and its employees, senior officers and directors from any claim (including the costs of investigating and defending such damages and all damages assessed) resulting from a breach or breach of this agreement by the interested party. The undersigned, a potential counterparty (“interested”) of CCPA Purchasing Partners, LLC (“CCPA PP”), is reviewing potential business opportunities and/or considering entering into an agreement with CCPA PP and, therefore, has or has access to supplier prices and other proprietary information. In favour of CCPA PP in the management of the aforementioned agreements, the undersigned certifies that the interested party will not communicate any of the following information to third parties: (i) proprietary commercial information that is not publicly available and that is obtained by the interested party; or This Wisdom of the Crowd, consisting of responses published in it, Privacy &ECommerce eGroup*, is for employees who are invited by a client company to sign a confidentiality agreement on an individual basis. . .