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I am an attorney doing doc review in Boston, and on my first day I signed a confidentiality agreement with the firm where the staffing agency placed me. Months later I asked for a copy of the agreement and a few months after that I was told that the firm does not give out copies of agreements, but I could schedule a time to review it. It seems to me that I can not comply with the agreement if I don't know exactly what it says. Does making the agreement available for review suffice to make it enforceable? I would think I should be provided a copy of it for it to be enforceable. This is an issue because the firm says it would violate the terms of the agreement if I put the name of the firm on my resume.I am not an employee of the law firm, but am what is essentially a temp through a staffing agency. This is doc review. I doubt the staffing agency, which maintains my personnel file even has a copy of the Confidentiality Agreement in question. Does that change the applicability of GL c. 149 Sec 52C? I wouldn't put on my resume that I was employed at the Firm, but that I did contract work for the firm through the staffing agency.