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Sample Confidentiality Agreement documents you will find on Practical Law

  • A standard form of mutual confidentiality agreement, also known as a nondisclosure agreement or NDA, to be used in connection with commercial transactions. This Standard Document has integrated notes with important explanatory drafting and negotiating tips.

  • A short-form unilateral confidentiality agreement for general use in connection with commercial transactions, drafted with terms favorable to the party disclosing confidential information. This Standard Document has integrated notes with important explanatory drafting and negotiating tips. 

  • A standard form unilateral confidentiality agreement for general use in connection with commercial transactions, drafted in favor of the recipient of confidential information. This Standard Document has integrated notes with important explanations and drafting and negotiating tips.

  • Standard Clause setting out the confidentiality obligations of a party in a sale of goods or services transaction. This Standard Clause includes a short definition of confidential information, standard exceptions to the definition of confidential information and common confidentiality obligations of the receiving party. This resource also includes language addressing the return or destruction of confidential information. This Standard Clause has integrated notes with important explanations and drafting and negotiating tips.

  • Resources for protecting company and third-party confidential business information, including forms of confidentiality agreements (CAs), also referred to as nondisclosure agreements (NDAs) or confidential disclosure agreements (CDAs).

  • A Checklist covering practical considerations and issues involved in overall protection of a company's confidential information, and in drafting, reviewing, and negotiating confidentiality agreements, also referred to as nondisclosure agreements or NDAs, in connection with various commercial transactions and relationships.

  • This Practice Note discusses overall protection of a company's confidential information and the use of confidentiality agreements (also known as nondisclosure agreements or NDAs) in the context of commercial transactions. It provides practical tips on developing internal systems and contract provisions designed to protect a company's sensitive information, including its business assets and relationships, data security, and trade secrets.

  • A discussion about confidentiality agreements for mergers and acquisitions and their principal provisions.

  • A standard restrictive covenant for use in a confidentiality or nondisclosure agreement (NDA) between parties to a potential commercial transaction covering non-solicitation of employees and including an optional sub-clause regarding non-solicitation of customers and suppliers. These Standard Clauses have integrated drafting notes with important explanations and drafting and negotiating tips.

  • A confidentiality (or nondisclosure) and non-circumvention agreement to be used by a party that wants to both prevent a counterparty's misuse of its confidential information and prevent the counterparty from working directly with the disclosing party's business contacts in a manner that damages the disclosing party. This Standard Document has integrated notes with important explanations and drafting tips.

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