Confidentiality Agreements

Confidentiality Agreements

Arun Singh

40 years - Corporate Lawyer

In this video, Arun looks at confidentiality agreements, also known as Non-Disclosure Agreements. He also explains how these can be established, how they are enforced, and the different obligations. He then outlines a list of points that a more complex confidentiality agreement should contain. 

In this video, Arun looks at confidentiality agreements, also known as Non-Disclosure Agreements. He also explains how these can be established, how they are enforced, and the different obligations. He then outlines a list of points that a more complex confidentiality agreement should contain. 

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Confidentiality Agreements

8 mins 15 secs

Overview

In order to prevent certain parties disclosing private information, you may enter into a confidentiality agreement, also known as a non-disclosure agreement (NDA). One should not disclose commercial information without having the other party sign an NDA. Obligations of confidence can be created through three means; an express obligation in a contract, an implied obligation in a contract or the relationship between the parties.

Key learning objectives:

  • Outline the purpose of confidentiality agreements / non-disclosure agreements and what information they keep safe

  • Understand different obligations of confidence

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Arun Singh

Arun Singh

Arun Singh is a lawyer with over 35 years of experience and was a partner at PinsentMasons and KPMGLegal. He delivers public and in-house courses internationally to corporates, banks, sovereign wealth funds, government organisations and universities. He is the co-author of 'How to Lead Smart People', shortlisted for the Business Book Awards and The Chartered Institute of Management Book of the Year.

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