Confidentiality And Non-Circumvention Agreement

This confidentiality and non-circumvention agreement is appropriate where two parties are considering a potential transaction and only one party is disclosing confidential information. It also contains provisions preventing the party receiving confidential information from circumventing the disclosed party. This model of confidentiality and non-escape agreements helps you understand how this agreement works and why lawyers contain certain conditions. The parties to this agreement wish to discuss current and/or potential trade relations. This agreement combines a confidentiality agreement, a competition agreement and a non-circumvention agreement. The Parties intend to conduct substantive discussions and exchange of confidential information on certain new and useful business opportunities, trade secrets, the establishment and structuring of commercial enterprises as well as tax planning. As part of these interviews, it may be necessary and/or desirable for the Company to provide or provide access to familiar data of the Company`s proprietary, technical or commercial data and/or other confidential information (together the “Confidential Information”). Therefore, the familiar, individually and on behalf of the persons he represents, accepts that he is bound by confidentiality. The company believes, and the familiar agrees, that the company`s confidential information has significant business value, which would be compromised by unauthorized disclosure.

This type of agreement usually includes confidentiality and confidentiality clauses in order to offer additional protection to your business. When the business contacts of the protected party of another party are displayed, the agreement ensures that the contacts remain confidential and that the recipient of the contact information does not bypass the protected party and comes into direct contact with the contacts. This section indicates the penalties imposed if a party violates the terms of the agreement. It can be adapted to your specific situation. Example: Party A is a luxury clothing designer and designs certain garments for a number of boutique retailers and department stores. Party B is a luxury clothing manufacturer. Party A has entered into a contract with Party B to manufacture luxury apparel in large quantities in accordance with the design specifications of Part A and ship it directly to boutiques and department stores (Part C). To ensure that Part B of Part C does not intervene directly and attracts Part C with a lower royalty agreement than Part A currently requires, a non-circumvention agreement is required.

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