For example, a « least restrictive » agreement can only prohibit a party from discussing the monetary terms of a legal transaction with the media. On the other hand, a more restrictive agreement may prevent a party from disclosing to anyone the facts of an action, the legal theories of the plaintiff or defendant in a legal action, or the terms of a court settlement. Employers cannot prevent former employees from using confidential information unless their employment contract provides adequate protection for confidential information, which violates the worker`s confidentiality. . . .