LEGAL GUIDE
Written by attorney Giselle Ayala

Key provisions to protect your information with a Confidentiality Agreement

A confidentiality agreement often called a Non-Disclosure Agreement or NDA is a legal agreement that protects discussions between parties by specifying what information will be considered confidential and how such information should be used by the recipient. The party disclosing the information is commonly referred to as the “Disclosing Party” and the party receiving such information is referred to as the “Receiving Party.” In order to properly prevent the unauthorized disclosure of any confidential information, each confidentiality agreement should be carefully drafted and negotiated.

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