So if someone signs an NDA and then in their resume goes into details what they did on their job. Does that violate the NDA? They are fighting me on this. I told them just say you served as the -job title-, but they are going quite in depth.
I had a friend who refused to sign an NDA (it was part of his severance which he also turned down), and was instead sued to be forced to sign it (he had critical fuck-you-in-the-butt-and-destroy-you information).
the case was obviously dismissed as soon as it was filed.
but to answer your question, you need to read the NDA you signed.
>but i dont have it
Then you are a fool for not keeping copies of your legal paperwork, and i hope you get sued back into your mom's basement.
NDA's are pretty weak.
And even if they weren't weak, most employers arent going to go to the trouble to sue a former employee
UNLESS you divulge some mission critical information that fucks the business, I would not worry about an NDA at all.
Like if you go to a competitior and just tell them exactly how your old company did business and what their strategies were, that is too far.
Most people are WAY too afraid of NDA's and noncompetes.