Confidentiality agreements

What is a confidentiality agreement?

A confidentiality agreement is a contract in which the signing party agrees not to disclose any information about the other party in the contract.

If you are drafting a contract, an employment law or commercial law attorney will help guide you through the complicated legal process so that you will be able to protect your legal rights. Further, in the event that your confidentiality agreement has been breached, an attorney can help you get the remedy you deserve and/or help you prevent future disclosures of confidential information.

Confidentiality agreements, also called non-disclosure agreements or secrecy agreements, are sometimes part of employment contracts. Sometimes employers will require their employees to sign such an agreement promising not to disclose information about the employer or the workplace.

Do you need an attorney to help review a confidentiality agreement?

If you have such a contract, an attorney can help guide you understand risks and your obligations so that you will be able to protect your legal rights. In the event that your confidentiality agreement has been breached, an attorney can also help you get the remedy you deserve and/or help you prevent future disclosures of confidential information.

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