Warren Creative’s Confidentiality Agreement is designed to help protect confidential information from unauthorised disclosure and to protect sensitive information disclosed during preliminary business negotiations. Warren Creative are happy to sign a confidentiality agreement drafted by the client and this may be unilateral (meaning only one party gives confidentiality undertakings), mutual (meaning both parties give confidentiality undertakings), or multilateral (meaning more than two parties give confidentiality undertakings).
The key issues in a typical confidentiality agreement are the definition of confidential information; the scope of the obligations of confidentiality; and the consequences of termination of the agreement.
Warren Creative request terms must set out as to exactly what is expected of both parties upon the termination of the confidentiality agreement. For example, an agreement may stipulate that the recipient of confidential information must, within a certain period, return to the disclosing party all media containing the confidential information. Alternatively, there may be an obligation to destroy such media. In either case, there may be an obligation for the recipient to supply to the disclosing party written statement confirming that the termination provisions of the confidentiality agreement have been complied with.
We are happy to forward our standard Confidentiality Agreement on request.