I have a contract signed at Oct 2016 and valid for one year. It has the following lines:
OBJECTIVE OF THE AGREEMENT
This contract is valid for one year.
Also, it has confidentiality clause:
The Contractor is obliged to keep confidential any data, to which it will have access in relation to the execution hereof.
This is a freelance contract for a private limited company incorporated under the laws of the Czech Republic (in Praha), but at the same time the contract contains the following lines:
All legal relations between the parties shall be governed by Dutch law exclusively, to the complete exclusion of the Vienna Convention of the United Nations on contracts relating to international Sale of Goods trade, of 11 April 1980 (Vienna Sale of Goods Convention)
I don't know why it's so but anyway. I provided some services for another company through this company (sort of consulting agency) and now this contract is finished/invalid a couple of years already. I want to create a CV and include list of the projects (names, maybe screenshots (screenshots are available publicly)) which I worked on, but my old employer says that it will breach the NDA, is that so?
I think, since the contract is finished, confidentiality clause is terminated (because it doesn't contain any other terms there), too, right? Also, I'm almost sure
keep confidential any data isn't a best interpretation and maybe it could be illegal.