The Legal Stuff
As a member of BRAR, you should become familiar with the rules, regulations, bylaws, and policies that keep the association functioning within the letter of the law and with great efficiency. You can click on any of the links here to research these items. We encourage you to do so and ask that you do your best to abide within the framework of the policies. Thanks so much!
The employee, board member or committee member agrees and acknowledges that the trade secrets, customer information and lists and other business information, herein known as “Confidential Information” is a valuable, special, and unique asset of the Board of Directors and are to be held in the strictest confidence. Accordingly, the employee, board member or committee member shall not, during or after the term of service to the Board:
- Disclose any confidential information to any person, firm, corporation, association or entity for any purpose or reason whatsoever.
- Use for his or her own benefit any confidential information
The employee, board member or committee member agrees that there is no adequate remedy at law for breach or threatened breach of the provisions of this agreement. Accordingly, in such event, the Board shall be entitled to an injunction restraining the employee, board member or committee member from disclosing, in whole or in part, the confidential information or from rendering any service to any persons or entity, to whom such confidential information, in whole or in part, has been disclosed or is threatened to be disclosed.
If the services of one or more attorneys are required by the Board, in its discretion, in connection with any action or litigation relating to the enforcement of this agreement, the employee, board member or committee member covenants to pay the reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs of those legal services.
Nothing contained in this agreement should be construed as prohibiting the Board from pursuing any other remedies available to it for such breach or threatened breach, including the recovery of damages from the employee, board member or committee member.