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Doug Gotterba, who claims to have served as the 54-year-old actor's pilot from 1981 to 1987, said that he never signed any confidentiality agreement that would stop him from talking to the media, but the 'Grease' star's camp says that he's completely full of crap, TMZ.
And unlike a non-compete agreement, a confidentiality agreement is not limited mainly to upper-level employees or employees with the financial capability to enter into direct competition with your business.
No details of the reply would be made public, the statement said, because of the confidentiality agreement -- which it said Lorgat had breached.
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD Midwest Air Group Inc (Amex: MEH), the parent company of Midwest Airlines, has said that, as of 2 August, it has entered into confidentiality agreements with four interested parties.
Taxpayers may enter into transactions after 2002 and receive tax benefits that may be subject to a confidentiality agreement entered into before 2003.
Requiring consultants to sign confidentiality agreements is Newhall Land's way of preventing them from revealing environmental findings before the developers create a comprehensive report, spokeswoman Marlee Lauffer said.
Nursing home employees who use PDAs to access and record patient information should be asked to sign employee confidentiality agreements in which they agree to safeguard patient information, take responsibility for its protection and face sanctions if it is compromised.
Author Richard Blow was a senior editor at George, the political magazine founded and edited by Kennedy, but he has been accused of disloyalty in writing the book after it emerged that he had signed a confidentiality agreement with Kennedy.