Non-Disclosure Agreements allow companies to share information to a third party, such as customers, suppliers or new employees who they are collaborating with on a business venture. Companies should protect themselves when disclosing information, to prevent a third party receiving trade secrets and gaining competitive advantage. A well drafted non-disclosure agreement allows companies to cooperate with other parties for mutual benefit, and gives the company reassurance that their interests are protected.
Companies may wish to include confidentiality agreements on:
- Industry trade secrets
- Technical designs and corporate drawings
- Intellectual property of ideas and software
- Financial earnings
- Sales and marketing information
- Customer and prospect data
Most non-disclosure agreements are signed before the confidential information is shared with other parties. However, if you haven’t established an agreement, and want to know what your options are, you should contact a corporate lawyer at the earliest opportunity.
Our specialist solicitors have a wealth of experience in drafting one way non-disclosure agreements during company mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and spin-offs. We can also coordinate with other parties to draft and sign two-way disclosure agreements on your behalf.
If you believe that confidential information has been disclosed without your consent, you may be able to claim a breach of contract against the individual or organisation for compensation and damages.
We pride ourselves by tracking the success records of our corporate lawyers to ensure you receive the best possible representation. Working nationwide, our team of legal specialists offer tactical advice and cost effective payment solutions to suit your individual case. Call us now for more information on 020 3376 1888.
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