Confidentiality Agreements Guard against Theft of Proprietary Information
Examples of Protected Information are:
Provisions in a Confidentiality Agreement
A unilateral confidentiality agreement is drafted when only one of the parties is prohibited from sharing information. A mutual confidentiality agreement is a document that prohibits both parties from communicating proprietary information to a third party. A contract must identify the information that is prohibited from disclosure and include the duration of the protection. It should include the enforceability rights of the party seeking non-disclosure, such as an injunctive clause and compensation for losses should a breach occur. The agreement should include any exclusions to non-disclosures, such as information requested by the government or other sources.
Protecting Confidential Company Information is Vital for Success
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