Enforcing Intellectual Property Protection

One of the main purposes of adding specific provisions to an individual’s contract is to remind them of the obligations they agreed and so dissuade them from acting in breach of them. Similarly, clear and well-communicated policies will help encourage compliance. As such, detailed contractual terms can act as a self-policing method of ensuring reasonable employee behaviour.

However, if an employee should fail to observe their obligations, remedies are available.

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